Springs Fever: A Field & Recreation Guide to 500 Florida Springs.
2nd Edition by Joe Follman and Richard Buchanan

How to Add to the Florida Springs Inventory

Currently, over 600 springs have been identified by the State of Florida.  This number is by no means complete, as many more springs are known to individuals and communities.  As part of its effort to better understand and protect springs, the Florida Geological Survey encourages people to submit information about springs.  The categories below are a tool FGS developed to gather basic information on springs that may not have been previously recorded by the Florida Geological Survey, the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, or Water Management Districts, and to provide current information about the status of the spring.  Individuals are invited to use this format to submit information to the following address:

Florida Geological Survey
903 W. Tennessee Street
Tallahassee, FL   32304
 
 

Spring Name if known

County

Location and directions (Including Section/Township/Range; Roads)
 
 

GPS
Latitude
Longitude

Owner if known
Name
Address
Telephone

Description
Natural shoreline (Y/N)
Bulkhead/dam/spillway (Y/N)
Steps/dock (Y/N)
Algae/hydrilla (Y/N)
Water clarity
Discharge

Access (Y/N)
Posted
Public access
Road access
Water access

Spring Run
Length
Width
Depth

Wildlife observed in spring and/or run
Apple snails
Limpkin
Other

Recorder'ôs Name Date of Observation
E-mail
Address
Phone     (