4 edition of South Florida ecosystem restoration found in the catalog.
South Florida ecosystem restoration
United States. General Accounting Office
by The Office in Washington, D.C. (P.O. Box 37050, Washington 20013)
Written in English
|Other titles||Substantial progress made in developing a strategic plan, but actions still needed|
|Statement||United States General Accounting Office.|
|Contributions||United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on the Dept. of the Interior and Related Agencies.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 15 p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||2001330089|
Completely revised, updated, and now with color photographs and illustrations in every chapter, The Everglades Handbook provides a breadth and depth of information on the entire ecosystem of the Everglades that cannot be found anywhere else. Written by Thomas Lodge, one of the most respected authorities on the Everglades and one of its most ardent protectors, the book is an updated, expanded /5(11). South Florida Ecosystem Restoration consist of three main activities. The Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP) Provides a framework and guide to restore, protect and preserve the water resources of central and southern Florida, including the Everglades. The stated goal of .
Abstract Bringing the Coast into the Partnership for Ecosystem Restoration in South Florida William Nuttle1, Peter Ortner2, Joe Boyer3, Chris Kelble4, Jerry Lorenz5, Dave Loomis8, Carol Mitchell9, John Hunt10, Pamela Fletcher11, and Frank Marshall12 Beginning in the early s, a multi-lateral partnership of state and federal agencies and local. This book has come just in time to save the landscapes of Florida."—Marjorie Harris Carr, from the foreword Between roughly 25 and 31 degrees north latitude, a combination of flat topography, poor soils, and limited surface water produce deserts nearly everywhere on earth/5(11).
The Florida Everglades, an iconic ecosystem but with highly elevated foodchain mercury levels, is perhaps the world’s most studied aquatic ecosystem with respect to the mercury problem This book integrates over 30 years of research on mercury sources, biogeochemistry, bioaccumulation and toxicity, and remediation options, to inform scientists. Tropical Connections: South Florida's marine environment. Kruczynski WL and Fletcher PJ. This book summarizes information on the south Florida marine ecosystem in a manner that is easy to read and understand. The book covers physical and biological oceanography, ecology, human impacts, and .
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The South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force (Task Force) was established by section (f) of the Water Resources Development Act of The Task Force consists of 14 members from four sovereign entities. There are seven federal, two tribal, and. Greater Everglades Ecosystem The South Florida Water Management District works to protect and preserve four unique watersheds: the Kissimmee Basin, Lake Okeechobee and its watershed, the Everglades and our region's coastal systems.
Each is a vital part of the South Florida ecosystem. through the Corps under the South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Program (SFER) which include: Kissimmee River Restoration, C&SF (includes C South Dade, C/STA-1E and CERP).
No CERP projects will be excluded as part of updating the IDS; this re-evaluation is merely to update the project. Coastal Dune Ecosystem RestorationTropical storms and hurricanes along the Florida Panhandle have severely damaged many parts of the coastal dune ecosystem.
Restoring vegetation on coastal dunes is important because vegetation helps stabilize dunes and provides essential habitat and food for many species of wildlife on the island including endangered species. South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Cost Share Transparency Reporting Follow the link above to view the report.
G and S Pump Station Field Test. Aug COP PDT Meeting from a.m. – p.m. in Homestead and via Web meeting; August 8, COP PDT Teleconference. The South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force Working Group South Florida ecosystem restoration book a series of workshops to facilitate public participation in the IDS update.
The Task Force provided feedback from these workshops to the Corps and the District during the IDS update. Central and Southern Florida South Florida ecosystem restoration book Review Study Final Integrated Feasibility Report and Programmatic Environmental Impact Statementalso known as the "Yellow Book" or Restudy.
The South Florida Ecosystem Restoration Task Force Membership includes 7 Federal (Washington level), 2 state, 1 SFWMD, 2 local govt., and 2 tribal representatives. The Secretary of the Interior Chairs the Task Force. Role of the Task Force is to establish advisory bodies, coordinate science, conflict resolution, assist and supportFile Size: 3MB.
All agree that the restoration of the south Florida ecosystem is key to a long-term sustainable Florida economy. The top 10 reasons why we should restore south Florida: Approximately 70% less water flows through the ecosystem today.
The timing, distribution and quantity of fresh water is not natural. The quality of water has been severely degraded.
Key Tenets of South Florida Restoration • Hydrological restoration is a necessary prerequisite to ecological restoration. • The structure, composition, and dynamics of the resulting landscape will be self defining and not fully predictable. • The challenge is to understand the new system trajectories and guide them toward the goal of a healthy.
This book is the second biennial evaluation of progress being made in the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP), a multibillion-dollar effort to restore historical water flows to the Everglades and return the ecosystem closer to its natural state.
The office ensures the state of Florida’s interests are represented through policy and program development, which includes legislation, funding, project scheduling, and integration of priorities across the plans referenced above to ensure a holistic approach to South Florida ecosystem restoration.
Staff also participates in the formulation. The 31 chapters provide a wealth of previously unpublished information, plus topic syntheses, for a wide range of ecological parameters. These include the physical driving forces that created and continue to shape the Everglades and patterns and processes of its flora and fauna.
The book summarizes recent studies of the region's vegetation, alligators, wading birds, and endangered species such Reviews: 1. Progress Toward Restoring the Everglades: The Fourth Biennial Review, () Chapter: Appendix C: Timeline of Significant Events in South Florida Ecosystem Management and Restoration.
The Water Resources Development Acts of and provided the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) with the authority to review the Central and Southern Florida Project. The Corps was asked to develop a comprehensive plan to restore and conserve south Florida's natural ecosystem while enhancing water supplies and maintaining flood protection.
Welcome to the South Florida Information Access (SOFIA) Website. South Florida is one of several study areas within USGS Priority Ecosystems Science (PES; formerly "Place-Based Studies").
PES was established to enable the USGS to enhance its scientific assistance to resource managers who require an improved scientific information base to resolve or prevent complex resource conflicts or. issues, and ongoing management and restoration efforts. The Watersheds and Subregions of South Florida The South Florida Ecosystem encompas square kilometers (26, square miles) covering the 19 southernmost counties in Florida (Figure 1).
From aFile Size: 1MB. Everglades: a swampy and partly forested region in southern Florida, mostly south of Lake Okeechobee (Urdang, ). Program Description. The Everglades Program is a joint project administered by Ecosystem Restoration Department and the office of Ecosystem Planning Coordination under the Everglades Forever Act of A s late as the s, the Everglades consisted of a mile-wide shallow river,seldom more than two feet deep, flowing from Lake Okeechobee to Florida Bay.
That was before the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers erected 1, miles of dikes, dams, levees, and water control structures in the name of water supply and flood control.
Now in the yearmore than 50 years after Marjorie Stoneman. THE SOUTH FLORIDA ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION (SFER) INTEGRATED DELIVERY SCHEDULE (IDS) UPDATE. Yellow Book () – Contained implementation plan with GANTT chart showing sequencing of CERP projects – 35+ Year implementation period –.
The South Florida Ecosystem Restoration project consists of nearly environmental restoration, growth management, agricultural, and urban revitalization projects, programs, and initiatives that are designed to make South Florida more sustainable in the future.\/span>\"@ en\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema:description\/a> \" Water is the.Yellow Book/Restudy Assumptions Federal/State partnership CERP would merge environmental, urban, “Federal Objectives for The South Florida Restoration”, Science Sub-group report () Everglades, the Ecosystem and its ecosystem restoration purposes, to employ watershed and adaptive management principles andFile Size: KB.Get this from a library!
South Florida Ecosystem Restoration: an overall strategic plan and a decision-making process are needed to keep the effort on track: report to Congressional requesters. [United States. General Accounting Office.].