Swamp Rumbles To Life
Go Hydrology's Weekly Wave Newsletter

Greetings fellow water drops,

My name is Bob. Iā€™m a hydrologist who works for the National Park Service at Big Cypress National Preserve in the great state of Florida.

Go Hydrology is a water cycle blog where we tune into the continuously changing and always interesting wetlands, waterways and watersheds of mostly south Florida.

So, without further ado …

Today’s Quiz

Visit the Daily Drip

Everyone knows that needle-shedding cypress trees signal the winter dry season. But can you name the tree that signals the start of the summer wet season?

a. Gumbo Limbo, b. Slash Pine,

c. Pond Apple, d. Royal Poinciana, e. Dwarf Cypress

Click HERE to view answer!

Waterside Chat

Everyone loves to think of the Big Cypress as a rain-driven watershed that gets all it’s water from the sky. But was it always? And is that a good thing?

A higher unlevied Lake helped send water in the swamp

Click HERE to learn more!

Water Room

There’s a watershed outside your window. And if you looked out it recently you might have noticed its started to rain. As a result the swamp has begun its summer rebound.

Click HERE to view the hydrographs!

As always, thanks for stopping by and being a subscriber. 

It’s good to know there are like-minded water enthusiasts out there.  We need to stick together and promote the cause.  Until next time, keep your feet in the water and your head in the clouds!

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Laurie H
Laurie H
1 year ago

Where can I get a water droplet sticker?

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Laurie H
1 year ago
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