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Regional Issues in Aquifer Storage and Recovery for Everglades Restoration

By: David Pyne
Regional Issues in Aquifer Storage and Recovery for Everglades Restoration
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  • Regional Issues in Aquifer Storage and Recovery for Everglades Restoration ISBN: 9780309086219 Paperback Dec 2002 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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The report reviews a comprehensive research plan on Everglades restoration drafted by federal and Florida officials that assesses a central feature of the restoration: a proposal to drill more than 300 wells funneling up to 1.7 billion gallons of water a day into underground aquifers, where it would be stored and then pumped back to the surface to replenish the Everglades during dry periods. The report says that the research plan goes a long way to providing information needed to settle remaining technical questions and clearly responds to suggestions offered by scientists in Florida and in a previous report by the Research Council.

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Committee on Restoration of the Greater Everglades Ecosystem, National Research Council
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