The St. Johns River Water Management District in northeast Florida is studying the feasibility of withdrawing water from the St. Johns River for the purpose of augmenting future public water supply. The District requested that its Water Supply Impact Study (WSIS) be reviewed by a committee of the National Research Council (NRC) as it progresses. This third report from the NRC committee focuses on the hydrology and hydrodynamics workgroup.
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|Chapter 1 Introduction||3-11|
|Chapter 2 Review of Modeling Methods and Results||12-23|
|Chapter 3 Model Limitations and Other Recommendations||24-30|
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