A plenary session was held on May 12,
2005. The session began with opening remarks from the Emcee and the
five political and regulatory leaders from
|| FDEP Chief of Staff
||FDCA, Community Planning Division Director
|| Tallahassee City Commissioner
|| Leon County Commissioner
|| Wakulla County Commissioner
Six speakers from the scientific community
talks on the record of water quality declines at Wakulla Spring and
the unique hydrogeologic features in the Woodville Karst Plain that
control water, and thus contaminant flow to the spring. Particular
focus was directed to scientific work that has established
connections between land use practices in the Woodville Karst Plain
and water quality in the springs. Following the plenary session, a
luncheon presentation was given on exploring Wakulla cave.
A list of the presenters is provided
below along with links to web versions of their presentations.
The luncheon presentation was given
by Todd Kincaid representing the Global Underwater
Explorers-Woodville Karst Plain Project.