Local Financing for Beach Nourishment at Captiva Island, Florida
About 200 miles of the 780 miles of recreational beach in Florida are in a critical state of erosion. Local financing of beach restoration offers a viable funding alternative for communities...

Quantifying Florida's Coastal Storm Wave Susceptibility
A simple computer model capable of describing potential storm wave inundation and damage along Florida's sandy beaches is described from first principles. Model STORMWAVE...

Coral Reef Modeling: Key Largo Case Study
A numerical model called CORALSIM has been developed for the Key Largo Coral Reef National Marine Sanctuary in the Florida Keys. The model was developed as a management tool to study the...

Floodplain Modeling for the Henry Street Basin
A study focusing on the primary conveyance system in the 5. 7 mi**2 Henry Street Drainage Basin in Hillsborough County, Florida was conducted to develop remedial measures for the control...

Prediction of Fine Sedimentation in Small Marinas
Shoaling due to fine, cohesive sediment deposition in small marina-type basins is governed by basin geometry, hydrodynamic factors and sediment load in outside waters. An easily programmable...

Computational Model for Computing Dune Erosion
This paper summarizes the development of a computer model for determining potential beach and dune erosion along the Florida Panhandle. The results have been used as a guide in delineating...

The Effects of Long Term Withdrawals on the Mid and Lower Hawthorne Aquifers, Cape Coral, Florida
The paper reports on a study to assess the water resource availability of two artesian aquifers (the mid-Hawthorn and lower Hawthorn) in Cape Coral, Florida. The impacts of future withdrawal...

Turbidity Control Measures Associated with Reclamation of an Abandoned Phosphatic Waste Clay Pond
Area 3A in the Tenoroc State Reserve near Lakeland, Florida is an inactive and abandoned phosphatic waste clay area. The disposal area has been inactive for several years and the clays...

A Ground Water Flow Model for Protection of the Northwest Well Field, Dade County, Florida
A new study was initiated to determine the appropriate cone of depression for the Northwest Well Field and to develop land use restrictions within that area. A finite-difference ground...

Ground Water Management Using Computers
Both a mainframe and personal computers are used by the Water Use Division of the South Florida Water Management District in the consumptive water use permitting process. Numerical and...

Monitoring Well Inventory Using Database Development Software
The South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD) is assisting the Florida Department of Environmental Regulation (FDER) in the establishment of a central repository for statewide hydrologic...

Exfiltration Trench Design as Part of a Stormwater Management Plan
The paper discusses a program structured to assist the design consultant or the agency reviewer by means of a menu driven format. A flood routing microcomputer program developed by the...

Feasibility Assessment, Planning and Programming of Downtown People Mover Installations
Based on the author's personal experience, this paper sets forth suggested guidelines for progressing from initial feasibility studies through implementation of automated...

How Will People Movers Affect Downtown Areas?
The year 1980 was a pivotal one for the downtown automated people mover development process in both Detroit and Miami. In that year both cities completed their preliminary engineering/environmental...

Planning-Miami Downtown People Mover
This paper presents the Miami Downtown People Mover Story, now officially called METROMOVER. METROMOVER is a fixed, elevated, fully automated people mover, which was developed as a feeder-distributor...

Status of Tampa's Downtown People Mover
There are currently three People Mover Systems either in the planning stage, construction stage, or operational stage in Tampa. Tampa International Airport has had a Westinghouse Shuttle...

Joint Use Right-of-Way Agreements for the Miami Metromover System
This paper presents an overview of the right-of-way acquisition process for the Miami automated people mover system (METROMOVER). The cost associated with the acquisition of the necessary...

Value Capture Opportunities for the Proposed Tampa Downtown People Mover

The Miami DPM Procurement Approach

Station Design Approach to Peoplemover System
This paper examines some of the real issues that face the planners and designers of tomorrow's urban people movers. Concerns such as the urban context of the Miami METROMOVER,...

 

 

 

 

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