agriculture and development interests) are seldom enforced by the SFWMD
and are weakened by government officials (Knox, 2013).
40E-2 and 40E8; SFWMD
, Applicant's Handbook for Water Use Permit Applications (effective Sept.
We look forward to contributing our expertise in design and construction management services for large-scale earthworks and conveyance projects to help SFWMD
manage and protect this precious wetland system.
Our secondary objective is to demonstrate the potential appropriateness of the data (catch per unit effort, CPUE), as an index of shrimp abundance with which to evaluate the potential effect on pink shrimp of CERP (USACE and SFWMD
(5)), a planned water management project that will affect freshwater flow to Biscayne Bay.
Can resource management agencies like the Corps and SFWMD
Headquartered in West Palm Beach, the SFWMD
spans almost 18,000 square miles across 16 counties, from Orlando in the north to Key West in the south, and from Fort Pierce on the Gulf Coast to Fort Myers on the Atlantic.
A partnership was formed with Indian Trail Improvement District (ITID), SFWMD
, the city of West Palm Beach, and Palm Beach County.
The millage rate for SJRWMD, SRWMD, SWFWMD, and SFWMD
is capped at 1 mill, but NWFWMD has a cap of 0.
There is a lot of history with the Fairbanks-Morse engines used in those stations," said Fred Remen, division director of field operations for the Central Region of the SFWMD
However, in 1999 the Miccosukee Tribe fried a lawsuit against SFWMD
claiming that the board had violated the state's Sunshine Law by making the decision without proper public involvement.
Most alterations have occurred in the past few decades due primarily to the pumping of nutrient-laden water from the Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA) and Lake Okeechobee during certain portions of the year (Swift and Nicholas 1987, SFWMD
We get 55 inches of rain in an average year," says ecologist Nick Aumen, research director of SFWMD
in West Palm Beach.