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Subsurface Characterization of Selected Water Bodies in the St Johns River Water Management District, Northeast Florida

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Indian Lake
Volusia County, Florida

Introduction | Subsurface Characterization

Introduction

Indian Lake Seismic Track Map.
Seismic Survey Track Map for Indian Lake showing profile locations, survey track lines, and karst features. Click on the image to see a larger version.
Indian Lake is located in north central Volusia County. The lake is situated along Rima Ridge (see Fig. 8, Regional Geology) of the Volusia Ridge Sets, in the Eastern Flatwoods District. Lake level at the time of the seismic survey was 11.3 m (37 ft) NGVD. Indian Lake has an oblong shape with a perimeter of 6 km (4 mi) and a surface area of 2.2 km2. Rima Ridge is bordered on either side by Tiger Bay and Bennet Swamps. Bumcomb Hill is situated to the north of the lake.

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