In a great region pronounced by the map showing where the Floridian aquifer is at its thinnest due to intergranular gypsum, making it easier to access the endless water supply below.
Transmissivity is a measure of the ease with which an aquifer transmits water. The most transmissive parts of the Upper Floridian aquifer are located where many solution openings have formed. Such transmissivity not only means that water will move more easily, but also that wells will yield large volumes of water
Due to geological fault lines being present in the region this protects the aquifer from stopping and damming pollution from industry, municipalities, rivers and other man made pollutants