and runoff averaged.6 inches; the loss was caused by evapotranspiration and changes in storage. Ice-age terraces higher than 100 feet above present sea level are not present insoutheastern Florida. During this epoch, south Florida may have stood several hundred feet above sea level. I am an original cosponsor of the bill, Southeastern Disaster Tax Relief Act of 2011, which extends approximately twenty tax credits and incentives to those affected by recent tornadoes, severe storms and/or flooding that swept through Arkansas and neighboring southeastern states in April and May. They could receive additional benefits if this bill becomes law. Evaporation losses from permanent water areas are believed to average between 40 and 45 inches per year. The altitude varies from about 16 to 325 feet, although most of the basin is below 100 feet. Ground water occurs under both artesian and nonartesian conditions in southeastern Florida. A comprehensive study of the water resources of any area must, therefore, include data on the climate of the area. At present, runoff from the Everglades is largely through the canal system, which serves generally both for irrigation and drainage. The high concentrations of bicarbonate found in some of the shallow ground water may be explained by the phenomenon of cation exchange, largely through the medium of organic matter, which colors practically all the waters in the area. Erosion and solution have deface and, in places, have obliterated the original surficial forms of these old sea bottoms, shores, and shoreline feathers, but their remnants today are widespread and, in some places, are easily recognizable. Because of their importance in the occurrence and movement of both surface and ground waters, detailed studies were made of the geology and geomorphology of southern Florida. The water in wells penetrating the Floridan aquifer will rise as much as 40 feet above sea level. It is found at depths of 800 to 1,200 feet in the southern part of the State where it yields water that is sulfurous, saline, hard, and corrosive.
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