Quantities and Spatial Dispersion of Marine Debris in Florida

Integration of APM Systems With Florida High Speed Rail

Canaveral Deepwater Port Developmentā€”Balancing Benefits and Impacts

An Ecological Inventory and Analysis of the Lee County Florida Coastal Zone and Recommendations for Future Resource Management

Microcomputer Use in Graduate Education in Water Resources Engineering

Spreadsheet Applications to Stormwater Management

Exploration of Karst Conditions in Central Florida
Walt Disney World, which comprises some 28,000 acres (11,000 ha) in central Florida, is underlain by cavernous limestone and is characterized by karst topography; with distinct low ground...

Design of the Oasis Advisory System
Once the decision was made to develop an advisory system for the operation of water control structures within the South Florida Water Management District, a schedule of activities leading...

Modeling Hydrologic Components of the Upper St. Johns River Project
Off-line stormwater management areas and riverine marsh conservation areas are the major components of the Upper St. Johns River Project, Florida. Dimensions and operations of these components...

Computer Spreadsheet Applications to Small Site Drainage Engineering
The computer spreadsheet provides the drainage engineer with a simple, efficient, and adaptable tool for modeling drainage engineering problems. Engineering applications include runoff...

Kissimmee River: Engineering Approaches for Restoration
The Kissimmee River, located in central Florida, was channelized for flood control during the 1960s. Movements by environmental interest groups have produced strong sentiment to restore...

Hydrodynamic Modeling of Shallow Lagoons and Lakes
There exist many shallow lagoons and lakes in Florida. With an average depth of 3 meters or less, circulation and transport within these water bodies are significantly influenced by the...

Importance of Density Gradient Terms in Estuaries
In estuaries classified as well-mixed or unstratified, two-dimensional depth averaged models have often been applied with the density considered as constant. Calculations, based on measured...

Three-Dimensional Modeling of a Stratified Estuary
Development around Choctawhatchee Bay, and reduced productivity, loss of seagrass beds, and higher salinities, prompted the Northwest Florida Water Management District to conduct an investigation...

Harbor Restoration Through Improved Circulation
After several episodes of massive fish kills in Old Pass Lagoon on the Florida Gulf Coast, an investigation was undertaken to identify the problems and propose cost-effective solutions....

Donnellon, 103, Dies in Florida

Florida Coasts Said to be Stable

State Perspectives on Water Quality Criteria
The Federal Clean Water Act framework for water quality regulation is reviewed. The role of water quality standards in the regulation of stormwater discharges and the protection of beneficial...

The Use of Wetlands for Urban Stormwater Management

Aquifer Storage Recovery (ASR): A Potential Solution to the Eutrophication of Florida's Lake Okeechobee
Progress and preliminary results of a demonstration project of the South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) are discussed. Formed in 1985, the Lake Okeechobee Technical Advisory...

 

 

 

 

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