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Government Printing Office, www. Based in part on the amount of development pressure occurring within or adjacent to these areas and their intrinsic natural values, management programs are recommended for application to the various areas for the purpose of mitigating or eliminating potential adverse impacts which could be created by present or future development activities. To assist in accomplishing this purpose, the Region is divided into five major ecological zones: 1 coastal areas subject to the hurricane surge which include off-shore islands and seagrass beds, coastal marshlands including salt, estuarine, and freshwater marshes, estuaries, and the upland swamps and associated streams which supply fresh water to the coastal marshes and estuaries; 2 rivers and riverine systems subject to flooding and other hurricane-induced hazards; 3 upland areas directly adjacent to the river system such as upland swamps and forests; 4 upland areas not directly linked to a river system including upland forests and prairies along with scattered remnants of Florida ecology prior to its conversion to agricultural and urban uses; and 5 the Floridan Aquifer and associated sinkholes, springs, and stream-to-sink discharge areas.
The floodplain is primarily composed of sandhills and messic hammock vegetation. Portions of the swamp were cut over for forestry products in the s.
The second task is to develop a management plan which can be used to direct growth in and around these areas or, in some cases where the values of the resource can only floriva adequately preserved by public purchase, identify those existing programs, state or local, that can be utilized for that purpose. Its almost unbroken forested banks are unique in that they contain every principal terrestrial habitat in Florida.
Fortunately, the environmental quality of the Gulf Coast of Dixie and Taylor Adulr is generally excellent with few major problems.
There are very few areas with residential housing along the river. The overlay zones range in purpose from a wildlife corridor along the Suwannee River to the hurricane surge zone along the coasts of Dixie and Taylor Counties. Water quality of the river and the ading marsh is reported to be very good.
Common plants include turkey oaks, sand post oak, longleaf pine, bracken fern, and wiregrass. There is a small area of river swamp which is poorly drained, frequently flooded, and has a dense canopy. However, the core swamp and hardwood forest area are considerably smaller at approximately 17, acres.
Based in part on the amount of development pressure econfinz within or adjacent to these areas and their intrinsic natural values, management programs are recommended for application to the various areas for the purpose of mitigating or eliminating potential adverse impacts which could be created by present or future development activities.
Residential and transient duck populations were described as "large".
These areas are listed on Table The drainage basin comprises approximately 51, acres. In addition, they are the setting of many natural features unique to the southeastern United States, including an abundance of freshwater springs, sinks, and underwater caves. Axult migration tend toward coastal areas as it has for the rest of Florida?
The lower Santa Fe is noted for its many springs. Some 24 miles of the river lie within Florida forming the border between Madison and Hamilton counties. Much of the river floodplain is owned and managed by timber companies, effectively presonals residential intrusion, and two Wildlife Management Areas provide habitat for numerous plant and wildlife species.
The vegetation along the river is one of the major features of the Suwannee River's scenic beauty. The best available evidence indicates it is mostly the area west of U. adylt
persoals The Suwannee may well represent one of the last spawning grounds for the Atlantic Sturgeon. Virtually no residential development has taken place along its entire length. Although numerous logging ro have been established for the purpose of harvesting within the swamp, portions of the lower regions of core of C alifornia Swamp are still inaccessible.
These program thrusts include the following: 1 preservation-conservation; 2 preservation-recreation; 3 economic-production rural; and 4 urban. The river corridor is primarily a mixture of hydric and messic communities. Many types of animals are found, including the beaver which leave abundant handiwork in evidence The now defunct Florida Bureau of Coastal Zone Planning generally outlined the entire coastal marsh at the mouth of Sanders Creek and econfona hardwood swamp inland along that Creek as-an area deserving preservation status.
The river has a watershed of 1, square miles. Forest types vary considerably along the river depending upon variations of land character flogida the river. The river has an average discharge of CFS.
Prrsonals generally lie below mean sea level and merge with the salt marsh landward. The river eventually breaks up into numerous smaller streams and deposits its sediments in the Gulf of Mexico. The study ascertains the degree of development pressure that is occurring within or adjacent to these identified regionally ificant areas.
Personalw Swamp stands as an example of what the future may hold for some of the region's as yet undisturbed natural areas. This coastline is characterized by rock outcroppings, oyster reefs, island clusters, as well as saltwater and freshwater marsh. Today, the region is largely undeveloped and is rich in natural areas.
An abundant wildlife population including such wide-ranging species as deer, grey squirrel, turkey, and otter can be also found. At the inland periphery of the basin are two large titi-based swamps, San Pedro Bay and Mallory Swamp, located in Taylor, Lafayette, and Hamilton counties. Before recent harvesting activities began, the swamp contained a relatively small deer population.
These areas range in size from relatively small areas such as Brook Sink located in Bradford County, to areas covering vast stretches of land such as the coastal marsh and associated freshwater wetlands which occupy ificant portions of Dixie and Taylor Counties.
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