This document includes all formally published publications, a subject index, ordering instructions and an order form. This version contains hyperlinks to the full text downloadable digital documents as they become available. A majority of these documents are in high-quality searchable PDF format. The hyperlinks in the PDF edition are in blue text with a small icon (looks like a computer screen) next to the publication's name.
To view the PDF files, you may need to obtain a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader. For a hard copy, please contact the library.
This page provides access to unpublished data and research on Florida's aquifer systems, geomorphology and land-based geophysics applications.
The Herman Gunter Research Library, located in our main headquarters, is an integral part of the Survey's research initiatives and fully supports the library needs of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's regulatory programs. In support of the information needs of staff, students and researchers from the public sector, the library staff provides access to basic research materials including books, maps, state and federal documents, photographs and periodicals.
Click the link above to visit the FGS ResourceSpace, an online repository of the Survey's archived photographs. Most FGS items are stored on ResourceSpace as low-resolution copies; please contact the Librarian to request higher-resolution versions.
As of October 2018, the FGS’s Herman Gunter Research Library has a new donations policy. If you are interested in donating materials to the Library, please review our policy here. You may also donate books using DEP Form 55-405, located here (with instructions for how to fill out form 55-405 located here).
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is the state’s lead agency for environmental management and stewardship – protecting our air, water and land. The vision of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection is to create strong community partnerships, safeguard Florida’s natural resources and enhance its ecosystems.