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Suggested Citation:"References." National Research Council. 2010. Review of the St. Johns River Water Supply Impact Study: Report 3. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/13052.
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References Belaineh, G., et al., 2010. Estimation of Volume and Chloride Flux From the Upper Floridan Aquifer to the St. Johns River, Florida, in Support of the Water Supply Impact Study. Palatka, FL: St. Johns River Water Management District. Brezonik, P. L., and T. H. Stadelmann. 2002. Analysis and predictive models of stormwater runoff volumes, loads, and pollutant concentrations from watersheds in the Twin Cities (Minnesota, USA) metropolitan area. Water Research 36:1743-57. Cera, T. 2010. Hydrology of the St. Johns River Watershed. Presentation to the NRC Committee. St. Augustine, FL. March 29-31, 2010. Cera, T., D. Smith, M. G. Cullum et al. 2010. Watershed Hydrology and Modeling of the St. Johns River Watershed. St. Johns River Water Management District, Palatka, Florida, 511 pgs. INTERA. 2009. St. Johns River Watershed Water Supply Impact Study Model Review (for SJRWMD). Palatka, FL: St. Johns River Water Management District. Jobes, T. 2010. WSIS USJRB Withdrawal Scenario Results. Presentation to the NRC Committee. St. Augustine, FL. March 29-31, 2010. NRC. 2009a. Review of the St. Johns River Water Supply Impact Study: Report 1. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press. NRC. 2009b. Review of the St. Johns River Water Supply Impact Study: Report 2. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press. NRC. 2009c. Urban Stormwater Management in the United States. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press. SJRWMD. 2008. Alternative Water Supply Cumulative Impact Assessment, Interim Report- Draft. Lowe, E. F., L. E. Battoe, and T. Bartol (eds.). Palatka, FL: St. Johns River Water Management District. SJRWMD. 2009. The Small Area Population Projection and Distribution Methodology of the St. Johns River Water Management District for the 2008 District Water Supply Assessment and the 2010 District Water Supply Plan, SJ2009-SP7, (by GIS Associates, Inc.). Palatka, FL: St. Johns River Water Management District. Stadelmann, T. H., and P. L. Brezonik. 2002. Analysis and predictive models of stormwater runoff volumes, loads, and pollutant concentrations from watersheds in the Twin Cities (Minnesota, USA) metropolitan area. Water Research 36: 1743-57. Sucsy, P. 2010. Hydrodynamics of the Lower and Middle St. Johns River. Presentation to the NRC Committee. St. Augustine, FL. March 29-31, 2010. Sucsy, P., E. Carter, D. Christian, K. Park, J. Stewart, and Y. Zhang. 2010. Development of a Hydrodynamic Model of the Lower and Middle St. Johns River. St. Johns River Water Management District, Palatka, Florida. 31 PREPUBLICATION COPY

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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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