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... Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the South Florida Water Management District conducted an 11-year ASR Regional Study, focusing on the hydrogeology of the Floridan aquifer system, water quality changes during aquifer storage, possible ecological risks posed by recovered water, and the regional capacity for ASR implementation.
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... The results of chronic toxicity testing and regional water quality modeling suggest some cause for concern and a need for further analysis considering longer storage times and greater re charge volumes, use of a target storage volume approach to improve recov ered water quality, and more ASR sites. Ecotoxicological testing should be
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... Although current uncertainties are too great to justify near-term implementation of ASR at a large scale in the Everglades, opportunities exist to target future phased implementation of ASR in a way that addresses critical uncertainties while providing some early restoration benefits. Until the uncertainties related to ecological effects are substantially resolved, any new ASR wells to be drilled should be sited adjacent to large water bodies with adequate mixing zones to minimize adverse ecological impacts.

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