Most recent water-level reports from groundwater wells and stream gages in southern Florida
|Florida Water Science Center||Real-time conditions (detrended data)||Real-time conditions (standard data)||End-of-month conditions (detrended data)||End-of-month conditions (standard data)||Periodic measurements (standard data)||Salinity and chloride measurements|
Trend-Compensated Overview of Real-time Water-level Monitoring Sites in South Florida, Sunday, March 01, 2015
Site status is calculated based on long-term water-level trends, where identified.
A 7-day running average of daily recorded water levels is compared to the statistical distribution of daily water levels for the site period of record for selected sites in southern Florida. More detailed information for each site is available through the map links and the pages listed below. Detailed information on how the map was created, and the information used to derive the mapped data are also available on this site.
Links to additional sites of interest
The USGS is committed to a process of continual data collection, processing, and review. Therefore, data presented here are potentially subject to further review and may be revised if needed. Long-term trend estimates are recomputed on an annual basis, but may be revised if hydrographic review indicates a mis-match between the computed trend and the data record.
Postscript and Adobe PDF versions of the map are available for printing. The Adobe Reader program is available, at no cost, from Adobe. When viewed as a PDF file, the map image may be re-sized for viewing or printing.
Funding for the USGS to design and maintain this site has been provided through a cooperative agreement with the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD). Water-level conditions are monitored by the USGS with support from Federal, State, and local cooperators.