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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Summary Results

Florida (2010)

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    2,057.9 110,738.2 140.5 209.6
      
   
                          
                          
                          
                          
    8,418.1 1,013,660.6 5,176.4 5,824.5
           20.9               1.2
                          
                          
           8,397.2     1,013,660.6     5,176.4     5,823.3
              132.8     1,884.8     28.4     .0
                    8,264.4           1,011,775.8           5,148.0           5,823.3
10,476.0 1,124,398.8 5,316.9 6,034.2
51,858.0 2,085,120.0 4,437.0 Unavailable
20.2 53.9 119.8 Unavailable

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Summary of Water Quality Assessments for Each Waterbody Type
for Reporting Year 2010


Statewide Statistical Survey Summary Results

Florida Rivers and Streams 2010

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Fish, Shellfish,
and Wildlife Protection
and Propagation Use for
Rivers and Streams
Fully Supporting 13,679.6
Not Supporting 23,992.4
Total Assessed: 37,672.0
Recreation Use for
Rivers and Streams
Fully Supporting 27,231.9
Not Supporting 10,440.1
Total Assessed: 37,672.0

Statewide Statistical Survey Stressors

Florida Rivers and Streams 2010

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Dissolved Oxygen 17,628.2 20,043.8 37,672.0
Fecal Coliform 27,231.9 10,440.1 37,672.0
Chlorophyll-A 28,390.9 9,281.1 37,672.0
Ammonia, Un-ionized 37,076.1 595.9 37,672.0

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Florida Rivers and Streams 2010

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All
Rivers and Streams

51,858.0 Miles of Rivers and Streams

Assessed 10,476.0
Unassessed 41,382.0
Total Miles 51,858.0







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Assessed
Rivers and Streams

10,476.0 Miles of
Assessed Rivers and Streams

Good 2,057.9
Threatened .0
Impaired 8,418.1
Total Miles Assessed 10,476.0







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Threatened and Impaired
Rivers and Streams

8,418.1 Miles of
Threatened and Impaired
Rivers and Streams

153.7
.0
.0
8,264.4
Total Threatened and Impaired 8,418.1

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Individual Designated Use Support
Florida Rivers and Streams 2010

* Waters assessed for more than one designated use are included in multiple designated use groups below.

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% Good
% Threatened
% Impaired
Fish And Wildlife Propagation - Freshwater 9,741.6 19.6 .0 80.4 color.gifcolor.gif
Fish And Wildlife Propagation - Marine 27.9 17.9 .0 82.1 color.gifcolor.gif
Potable Water Supplies 411.2 21.4 .0 78.6 color.gifcolor.gif
Shellfish Propagation 295.3 20.2 .0 79.8 color.gifcolor.gif

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Causes of Impairment
Florida Rivers and Streams 2010

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Dissolved Oxygen Organic Enrichment/Oxygen Depletion color.gif 5,216.7
Mercury in Fish Tissue Mercury color.gif 3,206.0
Fecal Coliform Pathogens color.gif 2,522.1
Chlorophyll-A Algal Growth color.gif 1,341.3
Benthic Macroinvertebrates Bioassessments Cause Unknown - Impaired Biota color.gif 385.5
Iron Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 283.1
Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) Organic Enrichment/Oxygen Depletion color.gif 233.5
Specific Conductivity Salinity/Total Dissolved Solids/Chlorides/Sulfates color.gif 160.0
Lead Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 134.9
Turbidity Turbidity color.gif 88.4
Phosphorus, Total Nutrients color.gif 73.9
Ammonia, Un-ionized Ammonia color.gif 70.8
Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) Salinity/Total Dissolved Solids/Chlorides/Sulfates color.gif 60.5
Alkalinity, Carbonate as CaCO3 pH/Acidity/Caustic Conditions color.gif 56.3
Excess Algal Growth Algal Growth color.gif 40.1
pH pH/Acidity/Caustic Conditions color.gif 36.3
Other Cause Other Cause color.gif 32.5
Total Coliform Pathogens color.gif 25.7
Chloride Salinity/Total Dissolved Solids/Chlorides/Sulfates color.gif 19.6
Total Suspended Solids (TSS) Turbidity color.gif 10.0
Silver Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 6.0
Aquatic Plants (Macrophytes) Noxious Aquatic Plants color.gif 5.0
Chlorine Chlorine color.gif 5.0
Dioxin (Including 2,3,7,8-TCDD) Dioxins color.gif 4.0
Copper Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 2.7

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Probable Sources
Florida Rivers and Streams 2010

No probable sources of impairments reported.

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Statewide Statistical Survey Summary Results

Florida Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds 2010

Description of this table
Fish, Shellfish,
and Wildlife Protection
and Propagation Use for
Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds
Fully Supporting 908,776.2
Not Supporting 130,122.8
Total Assessed: 1,038,899.0
Recreation Use for
Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds
Fully Supporting 1,035,747.2
Not Supporting 3,151.8
Total Assessed: 1,038,899.0

Statewide Statistical Survey Stressors

Florida Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds 2010

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Trophic State Index (TSI) 976,948.3 61,950.7 1,038,899.0
Dissolved Oxygen 987,387.7 51,511.3 1,038,899.0
Ammonia, Un-ionized 1,003,998.4 34,900.5 1,038,899.0
Fecal Coliform 1,035,747.2 3,151.8 1,038,899.0

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Florida Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds 2010

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All
Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds

2,085,120.0 Acres of Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds

Assessed 1,124,398.8
Unassessed 960,721.2
Total Acres 2,085,120.0







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Assessed
Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds

1,124,398.8 Acres of
Assessed Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds

Good 110,738.2
Threatened .0
Impaired 1,013,660.6
Total Acres Assessed 1,124,398.8







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Threatened and Impaired
Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds

1,013,660.6 Acres of
Threatened and Impaired
Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds

1,884.8
.0
.0
1,011,775.8
Total Threatened and Impaired 1,013,660.6

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Individual Designated Use Support
Florida Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds 2010

* Waters assessed for more than one designated use are included in multiple designated use groups below.

Description of this table
% Good
% Threatened
% Impaired
Fish And Wildlife Propagation - Freshwater 689,342.1 15.5 .0 84.5 color.gifcolor.gif
Fish And Wildlife Propagation - Marine 1,423.7 6.5 .0 93.5 color.gifcolor.gif
Potable Water Supplies 433,633.0 .9 .0 99.1 color.gifcolor.gif

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Causes of Impairment
Florida Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds 2010

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Trophic State Index (TSI) Nutrients color.gif 845,585.1
Mercury in Fish Tissue Mercury color.gif 814,983.2
Turbidity Turbidity color.gif 380,416.0
Dissolved Oxygen Organic Enrichment/Oxygen Depletion color.gif 330,560.4
Iron Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 304,189.0
pH pH/Acidity/Caustic Conditions color.gif 196,864.0
Ammonia, Un-ionized Ammonia color.gif 164,736.0
Alkalinity, Carbonate as CaCO3 pH/Acidity/Caustic Conditions color.gif 76,416.0
Silver Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 13,760.0
Copper Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 9,790.7
Fecal Coliform Pathogens color.gif 5,450.1
Thallium Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 5,248.0
Lead Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 4,544.0
Excess Algal Growth Algal Growth color.gif 640.0
Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) Organic Enrichment/Oxygen Depletion color.gif 66.9

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Probable Sources
Florida Lakes, Reservoirs, and Ponds 2010

No probable sources of impairments reported.

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Florida Bays and Estuaries 2010

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All
Bays and Estuaries

4,437.0 Square Miles of Bays and Estuaries

Assessed 5,316.9
Unassessed -879.9
Total Square Miles 4,437.0







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Assessed
Bays and Estuaries

5,316.9 Square Miles of
Assessed Bays and Estuaries

Good 140.5
Threatened .0
Impaired 5,176.4
Total Square Miles Assessed 5,316.9







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Threatened and Impaired
Bays and Estuaries

5,176.4 Square Miles of
Threatened and Impaired
Bays and Estuaries

28.4
.0
.0
5,148.0
Total Threatened and Impaired 5,176.4

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Individual Designated Use Support
Florida Bays and Estuaries 2010

* Waters assessed for more than one designated use are included in multiple designated use groups below.

Description of this table
% Good
% Threatened
% Impaired
Fish And Wildlife Propagation - Freshwater 18.9 .0 .0 100.0 color.gif
Fish And Wildlife Propagation - Marine 2,963.5 4.1 .0 95.9 color.gifcolor.gif
Shellfish Propagation 2,337.6 1.0 .0 99.0 color.gifcolor.gif

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Causes of Impairment
Florida Bays and Estuaries 2010

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Mercury in Fish Tissue Mercury color.gif 4,955.5
Fecal Coliform Pathogens color.gif 1,824.3
Dissolved Oxygen Organic Enrichment/Oxygen Depletion color.gif 1,201.2
Chlorophyll-A Algal Growth color.gif 1,051.1
Copper Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 323.6
Other Cause Other Cause color.gif 272.0
Iron Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 181.6
Nickel Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 85.0
Arsenic Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 45.0
Lead Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 34.1
Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) Organic Enrichment/Oxygen Depletion color.gif 12.1
Turbidity Turbidity color.gif 3.9

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Probable Sources
Florida Bays and Estuaries 2010

No probable sources of impairments reported.

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Florida Coastal Shoreline 2010

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Pie chart not displayed because total size for Coastal Shoreline is unavailable.
Assessed 6,034.2
Unassessed Unavailable
Total Miles Unavailable







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Assessed
Coastal Shoreline

6,034.2 Miles of
Assessed Coastal Shoreline

Good 209.6
Threatened .0
Impaired 5,824.5
Total Miles Assessed 6,034.2







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Threatened and Impaired
Coastal Shoreline

5,824.5 Miles of
Threatened and Impaired
Coastal Shoreline

1.2
.0
.0
5,823.3
Total Threatened and Impaired 5,824.5

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Individual Designated Use Support
Florida Coastal Shoreline 2010

* Waters assessed for more than one designated use are included in multiple designated use groups below.

Description of this table
% Good
% Threatened
% Impaired
Fish And Wildlife Propagation - Marine 6,010.0 3.4 .0 96.6 color.gifcolor.gif
Shellfish Propagation 24.1 9.9 .0 90.1 color.gifcolor.gif

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Causes of Impairment
Florida Coastal Shoreline 2010

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Mercury in Fish Tissue Mercury color.gif 5,740.3
Fecal Coliform Pathogens color.gif 642.1
Dissolved Oxygen Organic Enrichment/Oxygen Depletion color.gif 207.6
Chlorophyll-A Algal Growth color.gif 52.6
Copper Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 40.9

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Site-specific Targeted Monitoring Results

Probable Sources
Florida Coastal Shoreline 2010

No probable sources of impairments reported.

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Florida Causes of Impairment for Reporting Year 2010


Description of this table
NOTE: Click on the underlined Cause of Impairment Group to see a list of specific state causes of impairment making up the Cause of Impairment Group. See also Pollution categories summary document (PDF) (20 pp, 557K, About PDF) for brief, non-technical descriptions of general cause categories.
Size of Assessed Waters with Listed Causes of Impairment
Algal Growth 1,381.4 640.0 1,051.1 52.6
Ammonia 70.8 164,736.0
Cause Unknown - Impaired Biota 385.5
Chlorine 5.0
Dioxins 4.0
Mercury 3,206.0 814,983.2 4,955.5 5,740.3
Metals (other than Mercury) 426.8 337,531.7 449.2 40.9
Noxious Aquatic Plants 5.0
Nutrients 73.9 845,585.1
Organic Enrichment/Oxygen Depletion 5,277.7 330,627.3 1,201.2 207.6
Other Cause 32.5 272.0
Pathogens 2,522.1 5,450.1 1,824.3 642.1
pH/Acidity/Caustic Conditions 65.0 273,280.0
Salinity/Total Dissolved Solids/Chlorides/Sulfates 200.9
Turbidity 88.4 380,416.0 3.9

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Florida Probable Sources Contributing to Impairments
for Reporting Year 2010

No probable sources reported.

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Florida TMDL Alternatives by Cause of Impairment 2010


No TMDL Alternatives reported.

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Florida Previously 303(d)-Listed Waters Now Attaining All Applicable Water Quality Standards

Description of this table
NOTE: Click on the underlined "Number of Waters Attaining" value for a detailed list of those previously 303(d)-listed waters now attaining all applicable water quality standards.
2003 color.gif 1 1
2010 color.gif 54 100

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Florida Causes of Impairment for 303(d) Listed Waters

Description of this table
NOTE: Click on a cause of impairment (e.g. pathogens) to see the specific state-reported causes that are grouped to make up this category. Click on the "Number of Causes of Impairment Reported" to see a list of waters with that cause of impairment.
Mercury color.gif 1,128
Organic Enrichment/Oxygen Depletion color.gif 1,049
Pathogens color.gif 608
Algal Growth color.gif 350
Nutrients color.gif 263
Metals (other than Mercury) color.gif 114
Cause Unknown - Impaired Biota color.gif 37
Turbidity color.gif 25
Salinity/Total Dissolved Solids/Chlorides/Sulfates color.gif 21
Ammonia color.gif 19
Other Cause color.gif 17
pH/Acidity/Caustic Conditions color.gif 12
Chlorine color.gif 1
Dioxins color.gif 1
Noxious Aquatic Plants color.gif 1

Total: 3,646 Causes of Impairment

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Florida Cumulative TMDLs by Pollutant

This chart includes TMDLs since October 1, 1995.

Description of this table
NOTE: Click on the underlined "Pollutant" value to see associated listed waters for which a TMDL was developed. Click on the underlined "Number of TMDLs" value to see a listing of those TMDLs for the pollutant.
Number of Causes of
Impairment Addressed
Nitrogen, Total color.gif 279 357
Phosphorus, Total color.gif 274 355
Fecal Coliform color.gif 167 167
Biochemical Oxygen Demand (BOD) color.gif 115 156
Fecal color.gif 84 84
Total Coliform color.gif 50 50
Nitrate color.gif 23 25
Silver color.gif 15 15
Iron color.gif 11 11
Turbidity color.gif 10 13
Total Suspended Solids (TSS) color.gif 6 6
Lead color.gif 5 5
Ammonia, Un-ionized color.gif 3 3
Dissolved Oxygen color.gif 3 3
Selenium color.gif 3 3
Unlisted but Impaired color.gif 3 3
Ammonia color.gif 2 3
Coliforms color.gif 2 2
Oxygen Demand color.gif 2 2
Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) color.gif 1 1
Copper color.gif 1 1
Dioxin color.gif 1 1
Fish Consumption Advisory - PBB color.gif 1 1
Nitrate/Nitrite color.gif 1 1
Nitrates color.gif 1 1

Total: 1,063 TMDLs; 1,269 Causes of Impairment Addressed


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Florida Cumulative Number of TMDLs

EPA Fiscal Year starts October 1 and ends September 30.


Description of this table
NOTE: Click on the underlined "Number of TMDLs Completed" value for a detailed list of the TMDLs for the fiscal year.
1996 color.gif 9 9
1998 color.gif 11 11
2001 color.gif 11 11
2002 color.gif 7 8
2003 color.gif 35 46
2004 color.gif 55 67
2005 color.gif 53 59
2006 color.gif 103 125
2007 color.gif 117 152
2008 color.gif 141 200
2009 color.gif 109 132
2010 color.gif 98 121
2011 color.gif 51 60
2012 color.gif 53 54
2013 color.gif