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Tropical Environmental Consultants, LLC. ‘wivw-TropicalEnvironmentalConsultants.com 3900 Mannix Dr. #118 Naples, Florida. 34114 “Striving for balance between human use and the environment” since 1983 239-455-6232 -INFORMAL WETLAND DETERMINATION (STEP 1)- FIELD INSPECTION AND DATA REPORT For questions regarding wetland delineation procedures, the need for special permits, or to obtain agency verification of the findings and conclusions presented herein prior to site planning or development, please contact TEC, LLC. Site PID#: 37391360008 Acres: 2.34 County: Collier Address: ox 16th ST NE, NAPLES, FL Subdivision/legal: GOLDEN GATE EST UNIT 16 N 150FT OF TR 15 OR 809 PG 1657 Report authorized to (CLIENT): (OWNER) Debra Jaff Agent: AUTHORIZED- UNK. Inspection date:_ 12 APRIL 2021 Inspected by: _ Asher Williams Prior agency history identified: [¥] NO [_] ves: REGULATORY SUMMARY This report is a'Step 1" informal wetland survey. Prior to construction, the recommended next step is:[]Step 2 Lerp (wetland) permit[_]Formal Determination [Y]Listed Species Survey L_Jother/TBD-see notes Tropicel Environmental Consultants, LLC. identified|©13___ acres of wetland? habitat within the study site excluding perennial surface waters, i.e. eanals, lakes, ponds. That portion which is not deemed as ‘wetland, or is comprised of other surface waters, is upland as depicted on the accompanying map found within this report. il findings and conclusions presented herein are informal and non-binding, subject 10 agency review and verification, For questious regarding wetland delineation procedures, the need for special permits, or fo obtain ageney verification of the findings and conclusions presented herein prior to site planning or development, please contact TEC, LLC. for further assistance Will State (EDEP/WMD) permits or approvals be required to address the presence of wetland habitat within the site? L]vEs (ERP permit) N/A Anticipated permitting time-frame (months) [¥Jno oi UNDETERMINED ‘Will Federal (USACE/EPA) permits or approvals be required to address the presence of wetland habitat within the site? [_] YES (dredge and fill permit) N/A Anticipated permitting time-frame (months) [yJxo E UNDETERMINED Are listed species, or evidence thereof, present within the site? [7] YES [] NO Local county or city municipalities may require a permit prior fo any mechanical actions or land alteration concucted within a property, regardless of the type, location, or scope. TEC recommends obtaining a verification of these findings with the State, as well 2s reviewing local rules and regulations with the development/environmental services department of the city or county of jiisdietion prior to ANY site work Talffndnes are the sale property of TEC. EEC dh cen named above ad chal ot be lao ow autor thd paras, 2Travatand delinetionproidad this report wa conducted por Frida Departmen of EirronetlPretecton (C62 3#00f he FAC), ond Usted States “Army Corp of Eginers 1957 Wallan Deaton Mara GACERS) eit and ube tageny verification. REPORT VERSION 11/2020 PID: 37391360008 Tropical Environmental Consultants, LLC. ‘www TropicalEnvironmentalConsultants.com 3900 Mannix Dr. #118 Naples, Florida. 34114 239-455-6232 “Striving for balance between human use and the environment” since 1983 BUILDING SUITABILITY SUMMARY Further explanation of each corresponding question is provided within the "Question Detail” sheet at the conclusion of this report. ]Q1 | Shall a state FDEP/SWFMD and/or federal environmental resource permit authorizing for wetland impacts be required for this property? no Dyes (ONa- upland a2 [if present, is the on-site wetland isolated, contiguous, or undetermined per State definition? Isolated Contiguous [[] Undetermined (may connect offsite) (CONi- upland a3 | Will compensatory mitigation likely be required? (Yes "COMMENTS: a4 If wetlands are impacted, what is the functional quality (UMAM/WRAP/ETC) of the wetland resource, and thus the relative cost of mitigation for these areas? [0 vervuich [] Hick = [¥] meoum [J tow [7] very ow []na- upland (Q5 If wetlands are found on site, what is the anticipated seasonal high water (SHW) elevation |during a typical rainy-season, and for how long will near-ground water levels persist? MAJORITY OF SITE 2-4 inches [_Jabove [7] below ground N/A weeks/year. MINORITY OF SITE N/A inches [above [below ground NIA weeksiyear. [a6 [Is limestone located near (6” +-) or above the surface of the lot? [Y]NO [_] YES a7 | Will the property potentially qualify for a reduction of the assessed value, and therefore the taxable value, by local county Property Appraiser due to the presence of wetlands on-site?[_] NO[¥] YES 1Q8 | Are exotic-nuisance plant species prolific throughout the lot? NO. oO YES Jag | During completion of the field visit, did TEC biologists witness the presence or evidence of protected (listed) animal species? [_] No [7] Yes The conclusions presented herein are based on TEC staff interpretation of the rules and procedures set fourth by the regulating agencies contemporaneous with the inspection date. The type of environmental resource permit(s) deemed required (if any) is based ‘upon the anticipated impact footprint for a 2,000 sq, ft. residence and associated structures (unless otherwise noted). An environmental resource permit (ERP), approved variance, or exemption is ALWAYS required when impacting wetlands. Local building departments may accept this report as part of a complete building permit application, however this does not exempt you from the need for additional State/Federal permits or approvals should environmental resources be impacted in fact (please refer to "Question Detail” page Ql for more information). For State verification please contact TEC, FDEP 239-344-5600, or SFWMID 239-338-2929, ‘SUMMARY NOTES: WETLANDS ARE PRESENT ON A MINORITY OF THE PROPERTY. THERE IS LIKELY SUFFICIENT SPACE OUTSIDE THE SURVEYED BOUNDARY FOR ‘THE LOCATION OF A SINGLE-FAMILY RESIDENCE AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE. PROVIDED THE WETLANDS DEPICTED ON THE FOLLOWING. MAP ARE AVOIDED, THERE WILL BE NO NEED FOR PERMIT APPLICATIONS FOR WETLAND IMPACTS. CONSTRUCTION WITH A 25 BUFFER OF THE WETLANDS WOULD REQUIRE A VERIFICATION OF EXEMPTION THROUGH THE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION, [EVIDENCE PROTECTED SPECIES PRESENT ON PARCEL; LISTED SPECIES SURVEY REQUIRED. Tropical Environmental Consultants, LLC. www. TropicalEnvironmentalConsultants.com 3900 Mannix Dr. #118 Naples, Florida. 34114 299-455-6232 “Striving for balance between human use and the environment” since 1983 Site Documentation Photographs- Wetland View of wetland REPORT VERSION 11/2020 PID: 37391360008 Tropical Environmental Consultants, LLC. www. TropicalEnvironmentalConsultants.com 3900 Mannix Dr. #118 Naples, Florida. 34114 299-455-6232 “Striving for balance between human use and the environment" since 1983 Site Documentation Photographs- Upland View of upland REPORT VERSION 11/2020 PID: 37391360008 Tropical Environmental Consultants, LLC. vv TropialEnvironmentalConsultants.com 3900 Mannix Dr. #118 Naples, Florida. 34114 739-485-6282 “Striving for balance between human use and the environment” since 1983 Upland-Wetland Determination Map (approximate- subject to agency verification) subject study area Data Point g MEI otland per State andior Federal wetland criteria, 9 te subject fo vertaton tye appre ea Stow. andirFeaeal Sneeges.biohge stefan resent re own as na fies ar aro ‘ypealy exe om perting eauenent @ Tet Enron ie Sn SCALE REPORT VERSION 11/2020 PID: 37391360008 Tropical Environmental Consultants, LLC. www. TropicalEnvironmentalConsultants.com 3900 Mannix Dr. #118 Naples, Florida. 34114 299-455-6232 “Striving for balance between human use and the environment” since 1983, National Wetlands Inventory (NWI)/ Hydric Soils (NRCS)/ Flood Zone Map (FEMA) year het he yen Bison sehr Ee scar REPORT VERSION 11/2020 PID: 37391360008 Tropical Environmental Consultants, LLC. www. TropicalEnvironmentalConsultants.com 3900 Mannix Dr. #118 Naples, Florida. 34114 299-455-6232 “Striving for balance between human use and the environment" since 1983 Property Tax Data Details (Obtained from local property appraiser) ‘Owner and Property Description POLON ET AL, MILFRED ‘Owner Name: CLAIRE ABRAMS TR ‘S& LAWRENCE POLON ‘88 PROMENADE CIR #205, Parcel Map ing Address: ‘THORNHILL ON LAI 9 CANADA Stoaadress: yapies FL 24120 Subdivision: GOLDEN GATE EST UNIT 16 County: COLLIER Lana Use Coae: 00 Land Use Desc: Vacant Residential Lond Use FDOR Coot: Land Use FDOR ese: Zoning ‘Acres: 234 IN: 37391360008 ina: 37301380008 ALTKEY: 330700 15 03036 Update: 037222021 o Vacant Residential Legal Description (not official) GOLDEN GATE EST UNIT 16 150FT OF TR 15 OR 209 PG 1657 Building Summary 2020 Certified Values ‘Actual Year Bult: Land: 555575 Etec. Yer Bult Land Agricururat: 30268 Living Sat Building: $0 Total SaFt: wise: 60 ‘Adjusted Sa Just Value: $55 575 Beds: ‘Assessed Value: 525267 Soils Component Component Hydric Percent MUID Map Unit Name mac moment ryaic WS Percent crag PINEDA FINE SAND. 14 CiMeSTONe suestaTuM PINEDA 7 om |__t ose 21 BOCAFINE SAND ‘BOCA a NO AD 053 15 TOTAL ACRES 204 ty gg gegen egg gs ences he Re, su paragraph FDEP SLERC Aug Chapter 62-340, F.A.C. Data Form seierencos trom Ch, 62-240, A.C, 1. Date: SEE RPT 2. Staff Present:SEE RPT 3. Form recorder(s):SEE RPT 4. County: SEE RPT 5. Site Name: SEE RPT Tracking #: 37391360008 6. Point ID: SEE RPT GPS Coordinates: 7. Distances and bearings from fixed objects (ifno GPS): ‘8. Current condition of described point: C Authorized or legal condition C Unauthorized or illegal condition 9. Work type: @ Identification Delineation Point status: @ Wetland __CNon-Wetland Surface Water___C Upland 710. Vegetative Stratum §62-340,400: Using §62-340.400, F.A.C. with reasonable scientific judgment, select the appropriate vegetative stratum. (Do not include FAC species when determining 10% minimum areal extent.) @ Canopy (Min, 10% areal extent) _CSubcanopy (Min. 10% areal extent) © Groundcover (No min. areal extent) C Vegetation Absent (skip to #14) _C Evaluation Impossible (skip to #14) Why? 11, Plant List §62-340.200(2),(6),(16), §62-340.400, §62-340.450, F.A.C, [Areal extent |As is under current conditions, without considering RSJ! or the legality of any alterations: estimator: Select and identify plants in an area just large enough to represent and classify the plant community at the described point. Do not extend into different communities or hydrologic conditions. 13. For each species present in the 1, Record the scientific name (binomial) 2. Record the percent areal ‘stratum selectec ‘#10, transfer and status of each plant species extent in the canopy, the numbers from only that necessary to identify/delineate and classify| subcanopy, and groundcover | stratum's column into the the plant community in the selected area. _| _columns for each species. appropriate status columns. # | Binomial of Observed Species |Status| Canopy] Subcanopy [Groundcover| Upland [Facultative] Fac. Wet Obligate 1, [Pinus elliott SLASH PINE ul s 5 2, [Schinus terebinthifolia BRAZ. PEPPER) F | 10 5 5 10 3, |Sabal palmetto SABLE PALM F | 15 400 15 4, [Quercus laurifolia u_| 35 20 35 5. 6. 7. |Nephrolepis exaltata U 10 8. 9. 10, 11, 2. 13. 14. 15. 6. 7, 18, Ho. 120. | Percent areal extent totals for the stratum selected in question 10 40 25 oO 0 12. In the stratum selected in #10: What is the % areal extent of Obligate plants? __0 What is the % areal extent of Upland plants?__40__ Is the areal extent of Obligate plants greater than that of Upland plants? = C Yes = @No 113. In the stratum selected in #10: What is the total % areal extent of Obligate & Facultative Wet plants combined? ‘What is the total % areal extent of Obligate, Facultative Wet, & Upland plants combined? _40 What is the percentage of OBL + FACW in relation to all plants, excluding FAC? (ogPSkSACM, ) 0.0% Form 62390.207(1)« Chapter 62-040, FAC. Dala Form — Incorporated by reference in subsection 62-330.201(1), FAC. (effective date) Page 1076 Point ID/Location: SEE RPT Soil describer: SEE RPT| 14. LRRIMLRA U ‘Textures: Peat, Mucky Peat, Muck, Mucky Mineral (S or F), Sand, Fine, Marl 15. Is a soil profile evaluation possible? © Yes (No Ifno, why? (HNo, skip to #76) 16. Soil Description: Asis under current conditions, without considering RSJ" or the legality of any alterations Soil surface, or 0 inch depth for purposes of Chapter 62-340, FAC. is the muck or mineral surface (whether natural or fil) ‘or sandy |" DeSCTibe sol features: DA (areas darker than matin), LA (areas Nohter than mats) eon moist | ‘Tair’ | RE (redox concentrations): Record in moist concition hue value/chroma; % volume in foerding| Matrix | Condition |,,Mane yy} horizon; boundaries (sharp/clearidifiuse); shape (toundedilinear/anguat). oreo] eri Matix | fax tons Ou Cun sd) ord et mario syrah, ee in hoon, Hue Value! se (ystoyen sultde etary Ineat shlowest dept where deleted since) Chroma "% Organic} | Note ifhorizon is Physically Mixed (PM), Nonsoil (any material not listed in “Textures” Coating above), or Fill and decero, 4 0-5 s 10YR DA 10YR 4/1 25%, LA 10YR 6/3 25% round diffuse, 10% poorly 53 differentiated 2 |s13| s | Or LA 10YR 7/2 25% round diffuse a 4 5 6 17. Hydric Soil Field Indicators: If present, check all Hydric Soll Field Indicators satisfied and specify their beginning All Texture 1 Sandy Texture & Fine Texture eon |_(A1) Histosol* __(S4) Sandy Gleyed Matrix* __(F2) Loamy Gleyed Matrix* aaieator Bean Depth [(a2) Histic Epipedon* ($5) Sandy Redox —(F3) Depleted Matrix ee [(A3) Black Histio* “Z{(S8) Stripped Matrix —(F68) Redox Dark Surface a [(A4) Hydrogen Sulfide” __(S7) Dark Surface (F7) Depleted Dark Surface —_— [(as) Stratified Layers" ($8) Polyvalue Below Surface __(F8) Redox Depression 3. —_—_| | (A6) Organic Bodies __($9) Thin Dark Surface _(F10) Mart 4 a [(A7) Som Mucky Mineral* (S12) Barrier Islands tom Muck __(F12)Iron-Manganese Masses [_(A8) Muck Presence" _(F13) Umbric Surface 6 [ (a9) tem Muck (22) Very Shallow Dark Surface |_(A11) Depleted Below Dark Surface |= Stand-alone D Test both hydric soi! | [To combine layers/indicators to meet thickness (A12) Thiok Dark Surface and hydrologic indicator ‘requirements, see NRCS Hyde Sols Technical Note 4. 18. Excluding organic horizons, is any nonsoil horizon present at or within the uppermost 12 inches of the ground surface? Yes (e.g. bedrock, rack outcrop, limestone fil, gravel, etc) CNo © Soil profile or site inaccessible 19. Is one or more hydric soil field indicators present? @ Yes No CInconclusive (2.0, evaluation fo 12+ inchos Ino or inconclusive, is the soil hydric as determined by other NRCS methods? [dbs gl a Yes © Which method(s)? No. C inconclusive © Why? (@.g., hydric soil definition, HSTS?, indicator present at drier elevation, indicator would be present but for disturbance) 20. Is the depth of the soil profile 20 inches or greater from the soil surface? C Yes @No Hf no, depth of soil profile is: 13 inches Why? (e.g., root refusal, nonsoil, water table, loose sand, heavy texture, compaction, weather conditions, inspection interrupted) 21, Observed height or depth of standing water from soil surface: inches C Above (Below ( Not Observed Form 62-090:2011) = Chapter 62-340, FAC. Data Form — Incorporated by reference in subsection 62090 201(1), FAC. efecve dele) Page Zaf6 Point IDiLocati Indicator evaluator: 22. Hydrologic Indicators:_As is under current conditions, without considering RSJ! or the legality of any alterations Predicted] Wihin |1. Describe the type of all checked indicators. during | 100 ft 2: Approximate the distance and compass direction of eee eters Present normal |waterward| indicators within 100 fof the point per § -500, a ator | “high | of point | 3. For water level indicators (potential indicators denoted 600, FAC) water or | (notfor | by") note the height from ground surface at the point (and as applied to $62-340.600, FAC)! point | "Sri" | Uniand | aswell as walerward (with ditance fram part). season | points) | +Only for indicators not present due to dry season/drought (1) Algal mats* (2) Aquatic mosses or liverworts* (3) Aquatic plants” (4) Aufwuchs (5) Drift ines and rafted debris* (6) Elevated lichen lines* (7) Evidence of aquatic fauna |(8) Hydrologic data () Morphological plant adaptations*| ¥ QL BUTTRESS (10) Secondary flow channels (11) Sediment deposition” (12) Tussocks or hummocks* (13) Water marks* C Above Ground Surface (No Water Level Indicators CAbove Soil Surface NIA (described point is Upland) 23. Is one or more hydrologic indicator(s) listed in §62-340.500, F.A.C, present or predicted with normal high water or wet season conditions at the described point? @Yes CNo C Evaluation Impossible < Why? 24, Delineation by Wetland Definition §62-340.300(1), F-A.C. [As is under current conditions, without considering RSJ! or the legality of any alterations: a) Has a wetland boundary been delineated at the described point? Yes @No — (IfNo, skip to #25) b) If yes to 24a, can the boundary be easily delineated using the definition of wetlands? Yes _CNo 25, A & B Test Wetland Criteria §62-340.300(2)(a),(b), F-A.C. As is under current conditions, without considering RSJ! or the legality of any alterations: 2) Is the areal extent of Obligate plants in the stratum selected in #10 greater than the areal extent of all Upland plants in that stratum? (See #12) C Yes (No ( Vegetation Absent (skip to #25f) ( Evaluation Impossible (skip to #26a) 'b) Is the areal extent of Obligate and/or Facultative Wet plants in the stratum selected in #10 equal to or greater than 80% of all the plants in that stratum, excluding Facultative plants? (See #13) Yes @No ¢) Is the soil hydric as identified using standard NRCS definitions and practices? (see #19) @Yes (No ( Indeterminable with current conditions <— Why? d) Is the substrate composed of riverwash, nonsoil (see #18), rock outcrop-soil complex, or is the substrate located within an artificially created wetland area? C Yes CNo_ If yes, which condition is present? ) Is one or more of the hydrologic indicators in §62-340.500, F.A.C. present at the described point? (See #23) @Yes No 'f) Are the A Test criteria met per §62-340.300(2)(a), F.A.C. at the described point? (Yes @No (Note: If yes to 25a and yes to either 25c, 250, or 25e, A Test criteria are met) 9) Are the B Test criteria met per §62-340.300(2)(b), F.A.C. at the described point? Yes @No (Note: if yes to 25b and yes to either 25c, 25d, or 25e, B Test criteria are met) h) Are there any alterations or conditions affecting reliable application of the A or B Test such that the Altered Sites Test is more appropriate? Yes _CNo Form 62-330.201(1) « Chapter 62-340, F.A.C. Data Form Incorporated by reference in subsection 62-330.201(1), Highest water level indicator height at point: ___inches ‘AG. (effective date) Page Sof6 Point IDiLocatio 26. C Test Wetland Criteria §62-340.300(2)(c), F-A.C. |As is under current conditions, without considering RSJ’ or the legality of any alterations: a) Per §62-340,300(2)(c), F.A.C. is the described point Pine Flatwoods or Improved Pasture, or does it have drained soils? C Yes (No Ifyes, select which of the following are met, then skip to #26d (CiPine Flatwoods [| Improved Pasture ("| Drained Soils Pine Flatwoods must have flat terran, a monotypic or mixed canopy of long leaf pine or slash pine, and a ground cover ‘dominated by saw palmetto with other species that are NOT obligate or facultative wet. Improved Pasture means areas where the dominant native plant community has been replaced with planted or natural recruitment of herbaceous species which are NOT, obligate or facultative wet species and which have been actively maintained for livestock through mechanical means or grazing. Drained Soils are those in which permanent alterations, excluding mechenical pumping, preciude the formation of hydric sols. b) Are the soils at the described point saline sands (salt flats-tidal flats), or have they been field verified by NRCS's Keys to Soil Taxonomy (4th ed. 1990) as Umbraqualfs, Sulfaquents, Hydraquents, Humaquepts, Histosols (except Folists), Argiaquolls, or Umbraquults? C Yes No ¢) Do the soils at the described point have a NRCS hydric soil field indicator (see #17), and is the point located within a map unit named or designated by the NRCS as frequently flooded, depressional, or water? Map Unit: Yes CNo C inconclusive < Why? (skip to #272) |d) Are the C Test criteria met per §62-340.300(2)(c), F.A.C. at the described point? = CYes No (Note: if no to 26a and yes to either 26b or 26c, C Test criteria are met) ) Are there any alterations or conditions affecting reliable application of the C Test such that the Altered Sites Test is more appropriate? _CYes _@ No 27. D Test Wetland Criteria §62-340.300(2)(d), F.A.C. [As is under current conditions, without considering RSJ or the legality of any alterations: a) Is the soil hydric as verified by a NRCS hydric sol field indicator? (See #17) @Yes — CNo(skipto #274) C Inconclusive < Why? (skip to #28) b) Does any NRCS hydric soil field indicator begin at the soil surface or are any of the following indicators present: A1, A2, A3, A4, AS, AT, AB, A9, S4,F2? @ Yes (No _(ifyes, then hydrologic indicator §62-340.500(8) or (11) is met) ¢) Is one or more of the hydrologic indicators in §62-340,500, F.A.C, present at the described point? (See #23) @ Yes CNo d) Are the D Test criteria met per §62-340.300(2)(d), F.A.C. at the described point? @Yes © CNo (Note: If yes to 27a and yes to either 27b or 27¢, D Test criteria may be met) |e) Are there any alterations or conditions affecting reliable application of the D Test such that the Altered Sites Test| is more appropriate?_C Yes _C No 28. Altered Sites Tests §62-340.300(3), F.A.C. (Legal/Authorized or Illegal/Unauthorized) For purposes of Chapter 62-340, F.A.C. altered refers to any natural or man-induced conaition(s) which masks or eliminates reliable expression of wetland indicators (i.e. hydrophytic vegetation, hydric soils, and hydrologic indicators). Unaltered or normal does not require a natural condition, only an expression of wetland indicators that is sufficient to reliably identify or delineate the wetland using the criteria in §62-340.300, F.A.C. Are alterations affecting normal wetland condition? Yes CNo (skip fo #32) C Evaluation Impossible (skip to #32)| 29. Authorized or Legally Altered Vegetation and Soils Test Criteria §62-340.300(3)(a), F-A.C. a) Are there authorized or legal alterations affecting reliable expression of vegetation at the described point? CYes No Ifyes, how? b) Are there authorized or legal alterations affecting reliable soil evaluation at the described point? CYes (No Ifyes, how? (if no to both 29a and 29b, skip to #30) c) If yes to 29a or 29b, which criteria tests are affected by the legal alterations? OATest [jBTest []CTest [)DTest d) Using the most reliable available information and reasonable scientific judgment, would the types of evidence and characteristics contemplated in §62-340.300, F.A.C. identify or delineate the described point as a wetland with cessation of the legal altering activities? CYes CNo Hno, why? (tf no, skip to #30) ¢) If yes to 29d, what §62-340.300, F.A.C. evidence is present now and/or will be present in the future with cessation of legal altering activities? [Plants []Soils [| Hydrologic indicators 1) If yes to 28d, which tests would be passed with cessation of legal altering activities? (Wetland Definition [[ATest [JBTest []CTest []DTest Why? Form 62-390.201(1)- Chapter 62340, FA.C. Data Form — Incorporated by reference in subsection 62°090.201(1), ‘AC. (effecive dale) Page 4 of6 Point IDiLocatior '30. Authorized or Legally Altered Hydrology Test Criteria §62-340.300(3)(b), F.A.C. ‘a) Has wetland hydrology of the area been legally drained or lowered? Yes (No (Ifo, skip to #31) Ifyes, how? b) Has wetland hydrology been legally eliminated at the described point? §=Yes No — (if'no, skip to #31) ©) If yes to 30b, using reasonable scientific judgment or §62-340.550, F.A.C., have dredging or filing activities authorized by Part IV of Chapter 373, F,S, permanently eliminated wetland hydrology at the described point such that the wetland definition cannot be met? Yes (pointis upland) (No (If yes, skip to #31) Chapter 373, F.S. Part I! activities (e.g,, water use permits) or other temporary hydrologic alterations (e.g., surface water pumps, drought) do net apply to this or any other Ch. 62-340, F.A.C. determinations. 4) If no to 30, what §62-340.300, F.A.C. evidence is present now and/or will be present in the future with cessation of temporary hydrologic drainage? [|Plants [-)Soils. [| Hydrologic indicators €) If no to 30c, Which tests would be passed with cessation of temporary hydrologic alterations? (Wetland Definition [jATest [|BTest [JCTest [1D Test Why? 31. Unauthorized or Illegally Altered Sites Test Criteria §62-340.300(3)(c), F.A.C. if the altering activity is a violation of regulatory requirements, then application of §62-340.300(3)(c), F.A.C. and all provisions of Chapter 62-340, F.A.C. are utilized to identify or delineate the wetland in a forensic manner. This identification or delineation reflects the condition immediately prior to the unauthorized alteration. a) Have any unauthorized alterations affected the normal wetland condition at the described point? Yes (No Ifyes, how? (if n0, skip (0 #32) b) If yes to 31a, which criteria tests are affected by the unauthorized alterations? CATest [JBTest []CTest [JD Test c) With reasonable scientific judgment is the described point a wetland, or would it have been a wetland immediately prior to the unauthorized alteration? CYes CNo Ifo, why? (if no, skip to #32) 4d) If yes to 310, what §62-340,300, F.A.C. evidence is present now and/or was present immediately prior to the unauthorized alteration? [| Plants [Soils [1] Hydrologic indicators le) If yes to 31c, which tests would be passed immediately prior to the unauthorized alteration? (Wetland Definition [jATest []BTest []CTest []D Test Why? 32. Wetland and Other Surface Water Summary §62-340.600(2)(a-e), F. Given normal expression, cessation of authorized alterations, or immediately prior to any unauthorized alterations: a) With reasonable scientific judgment is the described point a wetland as defined in §62-340.200(19), F.A.C, and located by Ch. 62-340,F.A.C.? Yes No Ifyes, which criteria identified or delineated the wetland? [Wetland Definition [JATest [/BTest [JCTest [1D Test If summary answers differ from answers in 25f, 25g, 26d, or 27d, why? b) Is the described point located at or within the Mean High Water Line of a tidal water body? CYes CNo — CMHWLUnknown ©) Is the described point located at or within the Ordinary High Water Line of a non-tidal natural water body or natural watercourse? CYes No 4d) Is the described point located at or within the top of the bank of an artificial lake, borrow pit, canal, ditch, or other type of artificial water body or watercourse with side slopes of 1 foot vertical to 4 feet horizontal or steeper, excluding spoil banks when the canals and ditches have resulted from excavation into the ground? CYes CNo e) Is the described point located at or within the Seasonal High Water Line of an artificial lake, borrow pit, canal, ditch, or other type of artificial water body or watercourse with side slopes flatter than 1 foot vertical to 4 feet horizontal or| an artificial water body created by diking or impoundment above the ground? Ces _CNo 33. Connection or Isolation of Wetland per Applicant's Handbook Vol.1 Section 2.0 Ifthe described point is a wetland, does it have a connection via wetlands or other surface waters, or is it wholly surrounded by uplands and therefore isolated? Connected __C Isolated N/A (Point is not wetland) Form 62.390.201(1)« Chapter 62040, FA.C. Data Form — Incorporated by reference in subsection 62-330.201(1), FAC. (effective date) Page 5 of6 Point ID/Location: 34, Photographs and/or videos: Soll profile with Data Form, Soll profile close-up, Cross section(s) at 6” depth for sandy textures and/or critical depths for fine textures, Hydric soil indicators, Water table or inundation depth, Four cardinal directions of plant strata present, Hydrologic indicators (with scale as necessary), Critical plant ID (optional) ‘# | Memory Card #/ Metadata Description, compass direction (if applicable) Taken By| [Helpful Definitions for Applying Gh 62340, EAC. /1RSJ stands for Reasonable Scientific Judgment where used throughout this Data Form (See Tho Florida Wotlands Delinoation Manual pg. 2 & 12) STS stands for Hydric Soils Technical Standard (See NRCS Hydric Sols Technical Note 11) [Definition from §62.340.200(19) Florida Administrative Code Wetlands,” as defined in subsection 373,019(17), FS, means those areas that are inundated or saturated by surface water or ground water at a frequency and a duration sufficient to support, and under normal circumstances do support, a prevalence of vegetation typioally adapted for Kfe in ‘saturated soils, Soils present in wetlands generally are classified as hydric or alluvial, of possess characteristics thet are associated with reducing sol (conditions. The prevalent vegetation in wetlancs generally consists of facultative or obigate hydrophytic macrophytes that are typically adapted to areas hhaving sol conditions described above. These species, ve to morphological, physiological, or reproductive adaptations, have the ability to grow, reproduce or persist in aquatic environments or anaerobic sol conditions, Flonda wetlands generally inclide swamps, marshes, bayheads, bogs, leypress domes and strands, sloughs, wet praines, riverine swamps and marshes, hydric seepage slopes, tidal marshes, mangrove swamps and other {similar areas, Florida wetlands generally do not include longleaf or slash pine flatwoade with an understory dominated by saw palmetto, [Definton rom §373,019(19) Florida Statutes Surface water’ means water upon the surface ofthe earth, whether contained in bounds created naturally or artificially or cifused. Water from natural Isorings shall be classified es surface water when it exits from the spring onto the earth's surface, \Deniton rom §373.019(t4) Florida Statutes FOther watercourse’ means any canal, ditch, or other artificial watercourse in which water usually flows ina defined bed or channel. It's not essential {hat the flowing be uniform or uninterupted. [Detintion rom §62-340.200(15) Florida Administrative Code ‘Seasonal High Water’ means the elevation to which the around and surface water can be expected to rise due to a normal wet season, |From The Fiorida Wellands Delineation Manual pg. 37 [Ordinary high water is that point onthe slope or bank where the surface water from the water body ceases to exert a dominant influence on the charactor lot the surrounding vegetation and sols. The OHWL. frequently encompasses areas dominated by nomisied vegetation and non-tydric soll. When the [OHWL is not ata wetland edge, the general view ofthe area may present an “upland! appearance. [Dotinton from §403.809(4) Florida Statutes "Swale" means a manmade trench which: (a) Has 2 top width-to-depth rato ofthe cross-section equal to or greater than 6:1, o sie slopes equal to or greater than 3 feet horizontal to 1 foot vetcak {b) Contains contiguous areas of standing of flowing water only following a rainfall event; (c) Is planted with o has stablized vegetation suitable for soil stablizaton, stormwater treatment, and nutrient uptake; and (} Is designed to take into acount the col erodibitty, soil percolation, slope, slope length, and drainage area so as to prevent erosion and reduce pollutant concentration of any discharge. Form 624390.20%(1)« Chapter 62-240, F.A.C. Data Form — Incorporated by reference in subsection 62-330.201(1), FAC. (effective date) Page 6 of gg] gym ype ggg HF § nets he Re, sbescon aph, of subparagraph FDEP SLERC August 20 Chapter 62-340, F.A.C. Data Form seierencos trom Ch, 62-240, A.C, 1. Date: SEE RPT 2. Staff Present:SEE RPT 3. Form recorder(s): SEE RPT 4. County: SEE RPT 5. Site Name: SEE RPT Tracking #: 37391360008 6. Point ID:SEE RPT GPS Coordinates: 7. Distances and bearings from fixed objects (ifno GPS): ‘8. Current condition of described point: C Authorized or legal condition C Unauthorized or illegal condition 9. Work type: @ Identification Delineation Point status: Wetland CNon-Wetland Surface Water___@ Upland 710. Vegetative Stratum §62-340,400: Using §62-340.400, F.A.C. with reasonable scientific judgment, select the appropriate vegetative stratum. (Do not include FAC species when determining 10% minimum areal extent.) @ Canopy (Min, 10% areal extent) _CSubcanopy (Min. 10% areal extent) © Groundcover (No min. areal extent) C Vegetation Absent (skip to #14) _C Evaluation Impossible (skip to #14) Why? 11, Plant List §62-340.200(2),(6),(16), §62-340.400, §62-340.450, F.A.C, [Areal extent |As is under current conditions, without considering RSJ! or the legality of any alterations: estimator: Select and identify plants in an area just large enough to represent and classify the plant community at the described point. Do not extend into different communities or hydrologic conditions. 13. For each species present in the 1, Record the scientific name (binomial) 2. Record the percent areal ‘stratum selectec ‘#10, transfer and status of each plant species extent in the canopy, the numbers from only that necessary to identify/delineate and classify| subcanopy, and groundcover | stratum's column into the the plant community in the selected area. _| _columns for each species. appropriate status columns. # | Binomial of Observed Species _|Status|Canopy| Subcanopy |Groundcover| Upland [Facultative] Fac. Wet Obligate| 1, [Pinus elliott SLASH PINE u [30 30 2, [Schinus terebinthifolia BRAZ. PEPPER) F | 10 5 5 10 3, |Sabal palmetto SABLE PALM F | 15 100 15 4, [Serenoa repens U 20 5. |Vitis spp. GRAPE e 10 6, |Pteridium aquilinum U 10 7. |Nephrolepis exaltat U 10 8. 9. 10, 11, 2. 13. 14.) 15. 6. 7, 18, Ho. 120. | Percent areal extent totals for the stratum selected in question 10 30 25 oO 0 12. In the stratum selected in #10: What is the % areal extent of Obligate plants?__0 What is the % areal extent of Upland plants?__30__ Is the areal extent of Obligate plants greater than that of Upland plants? «= CYes == @No 113. In the stratum selected in #10: What is the total % areal extent of Obligate & Facultative Wet plants combined? ‘What is the total % areal extent of Obligate, Facultative Wet, & Upland plants combined? _30 What is the percentage of OBL + FACW in relation to all plants, excluding FAC? ( og akaewoupL) 0.0% Form 62390.207(1)« Chapter 62-040, FAC. Dala Form — Incorporated by reference in subsection 62-330.201(1), FAC. (effective date) Page 1076 Point ID/Location: SEE RPT Soil describer: SEE RPT| 14. LRRIMLRA U ‘Textures: Peat, Mucky Peat, Muck, Mucky Mineral (S or F), Sand, Fine, Marl 15. Is a soil profile evaluation possible? © Yes (No Ifno, why? (HNo, skip to #76) 16. Soil Description: Asis under current conditions, without considering RSJ" or the legality of any alterations Soil surface, or 0 inch depth for purposes of Chapter 62-340, FAC. is the muck or mineral surface (whether natural or fil) ‘or sandy |" DeSCTibe sol features: DA (areas darker than matin), LA (areas Nohter than mats) eon moist | ‘Tair’ | RE (redox concentrations): Record in moist concition hue value/chroma; % volume in foerding| Matrix | Condition |,,Mane yy} horizon; boundaries (sharp/clearidifiuse); shape (toundedilinear/anguat). oreo] eri Matix | fax tons Ou Cun sd) ord et mario syrah, ee in hoon, Hue Value! se (ystoyen sultde etary Ineat shlowest dept where deleted since) Chroma "% Organic} | Note ifhorizon is Physically Mixed (PM), Nonsoil (any material not listed in “Textures” Coating above), or Fill and decero, 4 0-5 s 10YR DA 10YR 4/1 25%, LA 10YR 6/1 25% round diffuse, 10% poorly 5/1 differentiated 2 |s13| s | Orr LA 10YR 6/1 25% round diffuse a 4 5 6 17. Hydric Soil Field Indicators: If present, check all Hydric Soll Field Indicators satisfied and specify their beginning All Texture 1 Sandy Texture & Fine Texture eon |_(A1) Histosol* __(S4) Sandy Gleyed Matrix* __(F2) Loamy Gleyed Matrix* aaieator Bean Depth [(a2) Histic Epipedon* ($5) Sandy Redox —(F3) Depleted Matrix ee [(A3) Black Histio* “Z{(S8) Stripped Matrix —(F68) Redox Dark Surface a [(A4) Hydrogen Sulfide” __(S7) Dark Surface (F7) Depleted Dark Surface —_— [(as) Stratified Layers" ($8) Polyvalue Below Surface __(F8) Redox Depression 3. —_—_| | (A6) Organic Bodies __($9) Thin Dark Surface _(F10) Mart 4 a [(A7) Som Mucky Mineral* (S12) Barrier Islands tom Muck __(F12)Iron-Manganese Masses [_(A8) Muck Presence" _(F13) Umbric Surface 6 [ (a9) tem Muck (22) Very Shallow Dark Surface |_(A11) Depleted Below Dark Surface |= Stand-alone D Test both hydric soi! | [To combine layers/indicators to meet thickness (A12) Thiok Dark Surface and hydrologic indicator ‘requirements, see NRCS Hyde Sols Technical Note 4. 18. Excluding organic horizons, is any nonsoil horizon present at or within the uppermost 12 inches of the ground surface? Yes (e.g. bedrock, rack outcrop, limestone fil, gravel, etc) CNo © Soil profile or site inaccessible 19. Is one or more hydric soil field indicators present? @ Yes No CInconclusive (2.0, evaluation fo 12+ inchos Ino or inconclusive, is the soil hydric as determined by other NRCS methods? [dbs gl a Yes © Which method(s)? No. C inconclusive © Why? (@.g., hydric soil definition, HSTS?, indicator present at drier elevation, indicator would be present but for disturbance) 20. Is the depth of the soil profile 20 inches or greater from the soil surface? C Yes @No Hf no, depth of soil profile is: 13 inches Why? (e.g., root refusal, nonsoil, water table, loose sand, heavy texture, compaction, weather conditions, inspection interrupted) 21, Observed height or depth of standing water from soil surface: inches C Above (Below ( Not Observed Form 62-090:2011) = Chapter 62-340, FAC. Data Form — Incorporated by reference in subsection 62090 201(1), FAC. efecve dele) Page Zaf6 Point IDiLocati Indicator evaluator: 22. Hydrologic Indicators:_As is under current conditions, without considering RSJ! or the legality of any alterations Predicted] Wihin |1. Describe the type of all checked indicators. during | 100 ft 2: Approximate the distance and compass direction of eee eters Present normal |waterward| indicators within 100 fof the point per § -500, a ator | “high | of point | 3. For water level indicators (potential indicators denoted 600, FAC) water or | (notfor | by") note the height from ground surface at the point (and as applied to $62-340.600, FAC)! point | "Sri" | Uniand | aswell as walerward (with ditance fram part). season | points) | +Only for indicators not present due to dry season/drought (1) Algal mats* (2) Aquatic mosses or liverworts* (3) Aquatic plants” (4) Aufwuchs (5) Drift ines and rafted debris* (6) Elevated lichen lines* (7) Evidence of aquatic fauna |(8) Hydrologic data (2) Morphological plant adaptations" (10) Secondary flow channels (11) Sediment deposition* (12) Tussocks or hummocks* (13) Water marks* C Above Ground Surface (No Water Level Indicators CAbove Soil Surface @ N/A (described point is Upland) 23. Is one or more hydrologic indicator(s) listed in §62-340.500, F.A.C, present or predicted with normal high water or wet season conditions at the described point? @Yes CNo C Evaluation Impossible < Why? 24, Delineation by Wetland Definition §62-340.300(1), F-A.C. [As is under current conditions, without considering RSJ! or the legality of any alterations: a) Has a wetland boundary been delineated at the described point? Yes @No — (IfNo, skip to #25) b) If yes to 24a, can the boundary be easily delineated using the definition of wetlands? Yes _CNo 25, A & B Test Wetland Criteria §62-340.300(2)(a),(b), F-A.C. As is under current conditions, without considering RSJ! or the legality of any alterations: 2) Is the areal extent of Obligate plants in the stratum selected in #10 greater than the areal extent of all Upland plants in that stratum? (See #12) C Yes (No ( Vegetation Absent (skip to #25f) ( Evaluation Impossible (skip to #26a) 'b) Is the areal extent of Obligate and/or Facultative Wet plants in the stratum selected in #10 equal to or greater than 80% of all the plants in that stratum, excluding Facultative plants? (See #13) Yes @No ¢) Is the soil hydric as identified using standard NRCS definitions and practices? (see #19) @Yes (No ( Indeterminable with current conditions <— Why? d) Is the substrate composed of riverwash, nonsoil (see #18), rock outcrop-soil complex, or is the substrate located within an artificially created wetland area? C Yes CNo_ If yes, which condition is present? ) Is one or more of the hydrologic indicators in §62-340.500, F.A.C. present at the described point? (See #23) @Yes No 'f) Are the A Test criteria met per §62-340.300(2)(a), F.A.C. at the described point? (Yes @No (Note: If yes to 25a and yes to either 25c, 250, or 25e, A Test criteria are met) 9) Are the B Test criteria met per §62-340.300(2)(b), F.A.C. at the described point? Yes @No (Note: if yes to 25b and yes to either 25c, 25d, or 25e, B Test criteria are met) h) Are there any alterations or conditions affecting reliable application of the A or B Test such that the Altered Sites Test is more appropriate? Yes _CNo Form 62-330.201(1) « Chapter 62-340, F.A.C. Data Form Incorporated by reference in subsection 62-330.201(1), Highest water level indicator height at point: ___inches ‘AG. (effective date) Page Sof6 Point IDiLocatio 26. C Test Wetland Criteria §62-340.300(2)(c), F-A.C. |As is under current conditions, without considering RSJ’ or the legality of any alterations: a) Per §62-340,300(2)(c), F.A.C. is the described point Pine Flatwoods or Improved Pasture, or does it have drained soils? C Yes (No Ifyes, select which of the following are met, then skip to #26d (CiPine Flatwoods [| Improved Pasture ("| Drained Soils Pine Flatwoods must have flat terran, a monotypic or mixed canopy of long leaf pine or slash pine, and a ground cover ‘dominated by saw palmetto with other species that are NOT obligate or facultative wet. Improved Pasture means areas where the dominant native plant community has been replaced with planted or natural recruitment of herbaceous species which are NOT, obligate or facultative wet species and which have been actively maintained for livestock through mechanical means or grazing. Drained Soils are those in which permanent alterations, excluding mechenical pumping, preciude the formation of hydric sols. b) Are the soils at the described point saline sands (salt flats-tidal flats), or have they been field verified by NRCS's Keys to Soil Taxonomy (4th ed. 1990) as Umbraqualfs, Sulfaquents, Hydraquents, Humaquepts, Histosols (except Folists), Argiaquolls, or Umbraquults? C Yes No ¢) Do the soils at the described point have a NRCS hydric soil field indicator (see #17), and is the point located within a map unit named or designated by the NRCS as frequently flooded, depressional, or water? Map Unit: Yes CNo C inconclusive < Why? (skip to #272) |d) Are the C Test criteria met per §62-340.300(2)(c), F.A.C. at the described point? = CYes No (Note: if no to 26a and yes to either 26b or 26c, C Test criteria are met) ) Are there any alterations or conditions affecting reliable application of the C Test such that the Altered Sites Test is more appropriate? _CYes _@ No 27. D Test Wetland Criteria §62-340.300(2)(d), F.A.C. [As is under current conditions, without considering RSJ or the legality of any alterations: a) Is the soil hydric as verified by a NRCS hydric sol field indicator? (See #17) @Yes — CNo(skipto #274) C Inconclusive < Why? (skip to #28) b) Does any NRCS hydric soil field indicator begin at the soil surface or are any of the following indicators present: A1, A2, A3, A4, AS, AT, AB, A9, S4,F2? @ Yes (No _(ifyes, then hydrologic indicator §62-340.500(8) or (11) is met) ¢) Is one or more of the hydrologic indicators in §62-340,500, F.A.C, present at the described point? (See #23) @ Yes CNo d) Are the D Test criteria met per §62-340.300(2)(d), F.A.C. at the described point? @Yes © CNo (Note: If yes to 27a and yes to either 27b or 27¢, D Test criteria may be met) |e) Are there any alterations or conditions affecting reliable application of the D Test such that the Altered Sites Test| is more appropriate?_C Yes _C No 28. Altered Sites Tests §62-340.300(3), F.A.C. (Legal/Authorized or Illegal/Unauthorized) For purposes of Chapter 62-340, F.A.C. altered refers to any natural or man-induced conaition(s) which masks or eliminates reliable expression of wetland indicators (i.e. hydrophytic vegetation, hydric soils, and hydrologic indicators). Unaltered or normal does not require a natural condition, only an expression of wetland indicators that is sufficient to reliably identify or delineate the wetland using the criteria in §62-340.300, F.A.C. Are alterations affecting normal wetland condition? Yes CNo (skip fo #32) C Evaluation Impossible (skip to #32)| 29. Authorized or Legally Altered Vegetation and Soils Test Criteria §62-340.300(3)(a), F-A.C. a) Are there authorized or legal alterations affecting reliable expression of vegetation at the described point? CYes No Ifyes, how? b) Are there authorized or legal alterations affecting reliable soil evaluation at the described point? CYes (No Ifyes, how? (if no to both 29a and 29b, skip to #30) c) If yes to 29a or 29b, which criteria tests are affected by the legal alterations? OATest [jBTest []CTest [)DTest d) Using the most reliable available information and reasonable scientific judgment, would the types of evidence and characteristics contemplated in §62-340.300, F.A.C. identify or delineate the described point as a wetland with cessation of the legal altering activities? CYes CNo Hno, why? (tf no, skip to #30) ¢) If yes to 29d, what §62-340.300, F.A.C. evidence is present now and/or will be present in the future with cessation of legal altering activities? [Plants []Soils [| Hydrologic indicators 1) If yes to 28d, which tests would be passed with cessation of legal altering activities? (Wetland Definition [[ATest [JBTest []CTest []DTest Why? Form 62-390.201(1)- Chapter 62340, FA.C. Data Form — Incorporated by reference in subsection 62°090.201(1), ‘AC. (effecive dale) Page 4 of6 Point IDiLocatior '30. Authorized or Legally Altered Hydrology Test Criteria §62-340.300(3)(b), F.A.C. ‘a) Has wetland hydrology of the area been legally drained or lowered? Yes (No (Ifo, skip to #31) Ifyes, how? b) Has wetland hydrology been legally eliminated at the described point? §=Yes No — (if'no, skip to #31) ©) If yes to 30b, using reasonable scientific judgment or §62-340.550, F.A.C., have dredging or filing activities authorized by Part IV of Chapter 373, F,S, permanently eliminated wetland hydrology at the described point such that the wetland definition cannot be met? Yes (pointis upland) (No (If yes, skip to #31) Chapter 373, F.S. Part I! activities (e.g,, water use permits) or other temporary hydrologic alterations (e.g., surface water pumps, drought) do net apply to this or any other Ch. 62-340, F.A.C. determinations. 4) If no to 30, what §62-340.300, F.A.C. evidence is present now and/or will be present in the future with cessation of temporary hydrologic drainage? [|Plants [-)Soils. [| Hydrologic indicators €) If no to 30c, Which tests would be passed with cessation of temporary hydrologic alterations? (Wetland Definition [jATest [|BTest [JCTest [1D Test Why? 31. Unauthorized or Illegally Altered Sites Test Criteria §62-340.300(3)(c), F.A.C. if the altering activity is a violation of regulatory requirements, then application of §62-340.300(3)(c), F.A.C. and all provisions of Chapter 62-340, F.A.C. are utilized to identify or delineate the wetland in a forensic manner. This identification or delineation reflects the condition immediately prior to the unauthorized alteration. a) Have any unauthorized alterations affected the normal wetland condition at the described point? Yes (No Ifyes, how? (if n0, skip (0 #32) b) If yes to 31a, which criteria tests are affected by the unauthorized alterations? CATest [JBTest []CTest [JD Test c) With reasonable scientific judgment is the described point a wetland, or would it have been a wetland immediately prior to the unauthorized alteration? CYes CNo Ifo, why? (if no, skip to #32) 4d) If yes to 310, what §62-340,300, F.A.C. evidence is present now and/or was present immediately prior to the unauthorized alteration? [| Plants [Soils [1] Hydrologic indicators le) If yes to 31c, which tests would be passed immediately prior to the unauthorized alteration? (Wetland Definition [jATest []BTest []CTest []D Test Why? 32. Wetland and Other Surface Water Summary §62-340.600(2)(a-e), F. Given normal expression, cessation of authorized alterations, or immediately prior to any unauthorized alterations: a) With reasonable scientific judgment is the described point a wetland as defined in §62-340.200(19), F.A.C, and located by Ch. 62-340,F.A.C.? Yes No Ifyes, which criteria identified or delineated the wetland? [Wetland Definition [JATest [/BTest [JCTest [1D Test If summary answers differ from answers in 25f, 25g, 26d, or 27d, why? b) Is the described point located at or within the Mean High Water Line of a tidal water body? CYes CNo — CMHWLUnknown ©) Is the described point located at or within the Ordinary High Water Line of a non-tidal natural water body or natural watercourse? CYes No 4d) Is the described point located at or within the top of the bank of an artificial lake, borrow pit, canal, ditch, or other type of artificial water body or watercourse with side slopes of 1 foot vertical to 4 feet horizontal or steeper, excluding spoil banks when the canals and ditches have resulted from excavation into the ground? CYes CNo e) Is the described point located at or within the Seasonal High Water Line of an artificial lake, borrow pit, canal, ditch, or other type of artificial water body or watercourse with side slopes flatter than 1 foot vertical to 4 feet horizontal or| an artificial water body created by diking or impoundment above the ground? Ces _CNo 33. Connection or Isolation of Wetland per Applicant's Handbook Vol.1 Section 2.0 Ifthe described point is a wetland, does it have a connection via wetlands or other surface waters, or is it wholly surrounded by uplands and therefore isolated? Connected __C Isolated N/A (Point is not wetland) Form 62.390.201(1)« Chapter 62040, FA.C. Data Form — Incorporated by reference in subsection 62-330.201(1), FAC. (effective date) Page 5 of6 Point ID/Location: 34, Photographs and/or videos: Soll profile with Data Form, Soll profile close-up, Cross section(s) at 6” depth for sandy textures and/or critical depths for fine textures, Hydric soil indicators, Water table or inundation depth, Four cardinal directions of plant strata present, Hydrologic indicators (with scale as necessary), Critical plant ID (optional) ‘# | Memory Card #/ Metadata Description, compass direction (if applicable) Taken By| [Helpful Definitions for Applying Gh 62340, EAC. /1RSJ stands for Reasonable Scientific Judgment where used throughout this Data Form (See Tho Florida Wotlands Delinoation Manual pg. 2 & 12) STS stands for Hydric Soils Technical Standard (See NRCS Hydric Sols Technical Note 11) [Definition from §62.340.200(19) Florida Administrative Code Wetlands,” as defined in subsection 373,019(17), FS, means those areas that are inundated or saturated by surface water or ground water at a frequency and a duration sufficient to support, and under normal circumstances do support, a prevalence of vegetation typioally adapted for Kfe in ‘saturated soils, Soils present in wetlands generally are classified as hydric or alluvial, of possess characteristics thet are associated with reducing sol (conditions. The prevalent vegetation in wetlancs generally consists of facultative or obigate hydrophytic macrophytes that are typically adapted to areas hhaving sol conditions described above. These species, ve to morphological, physiological, or reproductive adaptations, have the ability to grow, reproduce or persist in aquatic environments or anaerobic sol conditions, Flonda wetlands generally inclide swamps, marshes, bayheads, bogs, leypress domes and strands, sloughs, wet praines, riverine swamps and marshes, hydric seepage slopes, tidal marshes, mangrove swamps and other {similar areas, Florida wetlands generally do not include longleaf or slash pine flatwoade with an understory dominated by saw palmetto, [Definton rom §373,019(19) Florida Statutes Surface water’ means water upon the surface ofthe earth, whether contained in bounds created naturally or artificially or cifused. Water from natural Isorings shall be classified es surface water when it exits from the spring onto the earth's surface, \Deniton rom §373.019(t4) Florida Statutes FOther watercourse’ means any canal, ditch, or other artificial watercourse in which water usually flows ina defined bed or channel. It's not essential {hat the flowing be uniform or uninterupted. [Detintion rom §62-340.200(15) Florida Administrative Code ‘Seasonal High Water’ means the elevation to which the around and surface water can be expected to rise due to a normal wet season, |From The Fiorida Wellands Delineation Manual pg. 37 [Ordinary high water is that point onthe slope or bank where the surface water from the water body ceases to exert a dominant influence on the charactor lot the surrounding vegetation and sols. The OHWL. frequently encompasses areas dominated by nomisied vegetation and non-tydric soll. When the [OHWL is not ata wetland edge, the general view ofthe area may present an “upland! appearance. [Dotinton from §403.809(4) Florida Statutes "Swale" means a manmade trench which: (a) Has 2 top width-to-depth rato ofthe cross-section equal to or greater than 6:1, o sie slopes equal to or greater than 3 feet horizontal to 1 foot vetcak {b) Contains contiguous areas of standing of flowing water only following a rainfall event; (c) Is planted with o has stablized vegetation suitable for soil stablizaton, stormwater treatment, and nutrient uptake; and (} Is designed to take into acount the col erodibitty, soil percolation, slope, slope length, and drainage area so as to prevent erosion and reduce pollutant concentration of any discharge. Form 624390.20%(1)« Chapter 62-240, F.A.C. Data Form — Incorporated by reference in subsection 62-330.201(1), FAC. (effective date) Page 6 of