Improving Transportation Infrastructure for International Trade

Site-Specific Probable Maximum Precipitation (PMP): Great Miami River Drainage in Southwestern Ohio

Veterans Expressway: A New Toll Road in Tampa, Florida

Industrial Stormwater Treatment Through Evapotranspiration, Port of Tampa

Comparisons of Contract Delivery Systems at Orlando International Airport

Averaging Time and Maximum Speeds in Hurricanes
This paper discuses wind speed data obtained during Hurricane Andrew around Miami International Airport, at six anemometer locations which make up the wind shear warning network. Data...

Nowcast System Development for the Straits of Florida
As part of the inaugural program for the Ocean Pollution Research Center at the University of Miami, a nowcast system is being developed for the Straits of Florida. The nowcast system...

Influence of Sikes Cut on Apalachicola Bay, FL; A Preliminary Analysis from a Three-Dimensional Perspective

Modeling Circulation and Salinity Transport in the Indian River Lagoon
This paper presents preliminary results form a hydrodynamic and salinity transport modeling study of a section of the Indian River Lagoon near Melbourne, FL. The study is motivated by...

A Field and Modeling Study of Residual Circulation in Sarasota Bay and Tampa Bay, Florida
Based on analysis of current data at three distinct locations within the Sarasota/Tampa Bay system, we defined the residual circulation patterns and the relative influences by tides, wind...

Directional Wave Data – Measurements and Modeling Coast of Florida Erosion and Storm Effects Study
The U.S. Army of Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District, and the Florida Department of Enviromental Protection are co-sponsors of a study to evaluate the coastal processes along the...

Aquifer Storage and Recovery in the Floridan Aquifer System of South Florida
This paper describes the feasibility, construction, testing, and storage zone development of the Boynton Beach Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) well, the first successful ASR project...

Evaluation of the Water Supply Potential of the Floridian Aquifer in Seminole County, Florida
In Seminole County, Florida, a occurred in the 1980s and early 1990s due to a large influx of residents. This large increase in demand, when coupled with a limited groundwater supply,...

Water Polishing by Constructed Wetland Ecosystems
This paper gives results of a five-year study of minerals and nutrients reduction in a large constructed wetland facility in Central Florida, on the periphery of Orlando. The 120 ha system...

Contemporaneous Development of Field Data: Transportation Construction Claim Defense
This paper addresses the continuing development of a construction field database system documenting resources applied on the jobsite by Contractors. The paper focuses on the case study...

A GIS Foundation Example
A primary network of geodetic control monuments was developed with static GPS measurements. These monuments are tied to the existing Florida High Precision Network....

Preloading Organic Soils to Limit Future Settlements
This paper presents the authors' experience in preloading organic soils in south Florida to allow the construction of roadways, utilities, and low-rise residential structures on shallow...

Performance of Oil Storage Tanks on Vibroflotation Improved Hydraulic Fill in the Port of Tampa, Florida
The paper describes a case history of design, construction and performance monitoring of two 80,000 barrel oil storage tank foundations 35 meters in diameter on a soft hydraulic fill soil...

Settlement Predictions at a Florida Port Facility
A paved container storage area approximately four acres in size has been constructed at the existing Port of Fernandina in Fernandina Beach, Florida. Approximately one-half of the site...

Miami International Airport Stormwater NPDES Plan
Miami International Airport (MIA) is endeavoring to essentially double its traffic volume by the turn of the century. This is a great challenge since the site is already highly developed....

 

 

 

 

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