Information Exchange, Education, Outreach, and Networking
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The South Florida Hydrologic Society (SFHS) is a non-profit, professional society, established to provide:

  • A forum for the exchange of information related to the unique groundwater and surface water hydrology of South Florida
  • Professional networking opportunities for students, scientists, consultants, regulators, and utilities
  • Professional development through mentoring and education
  • Outreach to the general public on South Florida-related hydrologic issues

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Results of Inaugural Meeting Survey


Upcoming Events

Novenber 6, 2017, 6:30 pm (Social Hour begins at 5:30)

South Florida Climate Predictions, Projections, and Uncertainty Characterization

Dr. Johnna Infanti, PACE Fellow, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research

Center for Environmental Studies, Florida Atlantic University

Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami

United States Geological Survey


Please RSVP to Keren Bolter keren143@gmail.com

Wings Plus 9880 Sample Rd Coral Springs, FL (click for map)

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MD WASD Deep Well

Past Events can be found at this link


Announcements and Other Items of Potential Interest

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Miami Beach high tide street flooding time lapse images; 11/14/2012:
West Avenue looking north/West Avenue looking south

Meeting sponsorship and ethics

SFHS wishes to acknowledge its understanding that there may be perceived or potential ethical conflicts for certain government entities with meeting sponsorship by regional businesses. To avoid excluding anyone affiliated with such entities, our executive board has decided not to accept such sponsorship until more definitive guidelines are established.

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Future Dates and Topics


  • Meeting date: October 19th

Future topics:

  • Desalinization technologies
  • Impacts of SLR on infrastructure
  • Seawater intrusion
  • Kissimmee River restoration geomorphology
  • Central Florida water

Consultants, Government agency employees, University faculty and students are welcome. List/Join.