Dredges, dredging and canals in the Everglades, 1906?-1913?(Funding) Electronic reproduction. Miami, Fla. : Reclaiming the Everglades, c2000. Mode of access: World Wide Web. System requirements: Internet connectivity; Web browser software. Digitized from postcards at the Historical Museum of Southern Florida, Miami, Florida.
Groundwater-surface water interaction along the C-2 Canal, Miami-Dade County, FloridaTechnical publication (South Florida Water Management District (Fla.). Water Supply Department); WS-22; Title from PDF title screen (viewed on September 28, 2009).; "December 2007."; The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD or District) Water Supply Department participated in this project to support the SFWMD Hydrologic & Environmental Systems Modeling (HESM) Department, and to help quantify the interaction between surface water and groundwater near the C-2 Canal in Miami-Dade County, Florida. The HESM Department requested field measurements along the C-2 Canal near the Southwest, Alexander Orr, and Snapper Creek wellfields to improve the calibration of the SFWMM and the NSM in Miami-Dade County. The investigation focused on trying to quantify the freshwater flow to Biscayne Bay that is being intercepted in the C-2 Canal by pumping from the Snapper Creek, Alexander Orr, and Southwest wellfields. The investigation combined data from different sources to help meet its goals: groundwater levels, surface water levels, wellfield withdrawal data, and stream gauging data.
Dredge operation on Tamiami CanalEverglades National Park; National Park ServiceNote reads: "Dredge operating on Tamiami Canal, immediately north of Everglades National Park. Canals such as this one divert water which once flow through the marches from Lake Okeechobee south into the park."