Hydrologic and meteorological data and photos from the Santa Fe River Sink-Rise flow system area, Florida, USA – May 2018-May 2021


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Abstract

We conducted a three-year field study from May 2018 to May 2021 at the Santa Fe River Sink-Rise flow system in O’Leno and River Rise Preserve State Parks in north-central Florida, USA, that involved the collection of hydrologic, geophysical, and meteorological datasets and photos. We collected hydrologic data (water level, specific conductance, and temperature) at eight surface water bodies (River Sink, River Rise, and six intermediate karst windows), seven deep wells, and four shallow wells. The Santa Fe River sinks at River Sink, flows through conduits that are ~20 m in diameter and ~30 m below the surface, periodically reemerges at karst windows, and finally emerges at River Rise. We also collected meteorological data at a site in O’Leno State Park (wind speed, gust speed, wind direction, rain, atmospheric pressure, temperature, relative humidity, and dew point). Our instrument network also included 14 seismometers (12 short period (L-22) and two broadband (CMG 3T) seismometers), four borehole and two platform tiltmeters, and 149 nodal seismometers for a one-month campaign. Bilek (2018) provide the seismic data, and the tilt data will soon be available. Finally, we deployed five motion cameras near seismometer stations to identify sources of seismic signals at the surface. All of the hydrologic and meteorological data and photos are included in this collection.

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Spatial

Coordinate System/Geographic Projection:
WGS84 EPSG:4326
Coordinate Units:
['Decimal degrees']
North Latitude
29.9171°
East Longitude
-82.5629°
South Latitude
29.8684°
West Longitude
-82.6007°

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This resource was created using funding from the following sources:
Agency Name Award Title Award Number
National Science Foundation Collaborative Research: Geophysical characterization of a karst aquifer using dynamic recharge events EAR 1850667

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People or Organizations that contributed technically, materially, financially, or provided general support for the creation of the resource's content but are not considered authors.

Name Organization Address Phone Author Identifiers
Florida Park Service
Tatiana Summerall
Riccardo Ansaldi
Krista Van Der Velde
Andrew Oberhelman University of Florida Florida, US
Joel Cuevas
Alexander Janelle
Paul Bremner
Jared Ciarico
Lauren Madsen
Calvin Block
Personnel at O'Leno and River Rise Preserve State Parks

How to Cite

Luhmann, A. J., J. A. Gochenour, E. N. Lam, M. W. Noble, E. A. Kranendonk, S. L. Bilek, H. B. Woo, R. Grapenthin, J. B. Martin, M. K. Flint (2023). Hydrologic and meteorological data and photos from the Santa Fe River Sink-Rise flow system area, Florida, USA – May 2018-May 2021, HydroShare, http://www.hydroshare.org/resource/0eb46df31b3a44009a66b5cc8a5b8bac

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