6 edition of economics of Everglades restoration found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HC107.F62 E848 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2004047121|
The Everglades Restoration Transition Plan (ERTP) is the operational plan that establishes how federal water control structures are operated in the southern portion of the system to meet the Corps’ responsibilities for flood control and to minimize adverse effects to threatened and endangered species. Download Everglades. Welcome,you are looking at books for reading, the Download Everglades, you will able to read or download in Pdf or ePub books and notice some of author may have lock the live reading for some of ore it need a FREE signup process to obtain the book. If it available for your country it will shown as book reader and user fully subscribe will benefit by having.
The Everglades Handbook: Understanding the Ecosystem, Fourth Edition is a scholarly reference packed cover to cover with scientific information about the ecosystem of the Everglades - taking into account how drastically the Everglades has changed. Topically, the book covers disciplines ranging from ecology, geology, climatology, hydrology. Six Everglades restoration scenarios were modeled involving combinations of decompartmentalization (removal of canals and levees), extent of seepage control, and volume of water storage (– million m 3)—all core components of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan. Under these scenarios, we simulated changes in ecological.
But proponents of the restoration insist that apart from the Everglades' intrinsic value, their role in recharging the state's aquifers and attracting tourists makes them an indispensable economic. By funding restoration projects in national parks like the Everglades, we can restore national treasures for future generations and create American jobs.” Click here to view the full report: Measuring the Economic Benefits of America’s Everglades Restoration.
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The restoration of the Florida Everglades, the largest ecosystem restoration project in the world, is now underway. Missing from the original plan, however, is a study of the region s economics of Everglades restoration book and farms and the economic impact their growth will make on this already endangered ecosystem.
This book provides that : Richard Weisskoff. The Economics of Everglades Restoration Table 4 Fresh Water Use, South Florida, (thou. nmgd/day, USGS) Total 1 LEC 2 LWC 3 KSV 4 UEC 5 Total SF 6 Total State 7 % SF/State Source: Pubic Supply [11 6 6 Rest of the Fresh  Fresh Water Use PS + RF [31 1, 1, The restoration of the Florida Everglades, the largest ecosystem restoration project in the world, is now underway.
Missing from the original plan, however, is a study of the region’s cities and farms and the economic impact their growth will make on this already endangered ecosystem. This book Author: Richard Weisskoff.
The Economics of Everglades Restoration, R. Weisskoff. Edward Elgar Publ., Inc., P.O. BoxWilliston, VT pages. $ ISBN Using the Everglades Restoration Project as an example, this book gives an excellent presentation, backed up by numerous relevant tables and charts, of the problems associated.
A economic study reports that for every penny spent on the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan, our local economy will reap at least four cents. Restoration Benefits Wading birds declined 90 percent after drainage canals were constructed in the s. 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.
A Mather Economics study commissioned by the Everglades Foundation reveals that financial investment in the restoration of America’s Everglades will pay off four-fold.
That is, for every dollar invested in restoring the Everglades, approximately four dollars of economic benefits will be generated. The report cites that the benefits from restoration will come in many forms, ranging from. AbstractTraditional economic forecasts had consistently underestimated the hypergrowth of South Florida and its need for freshwater from the s through the s.
It was hypothesized that the co. Books. Comics. Games & Puzzles original Everglades and turned South Florida into the globally important economic region it is bill that created a dedicated fund for Everglades restoration. Contact Us. Old Cutler Road, Suite Palmetto Bay, Florida Phone: () [email protected] The Office of Ecosystem Projects is the lead office responsible for implementation of the Department of Environmental Protections responsibilities under the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP), pursuant to Chapter (8)(b) of the Florida Water Resources Act, Florida Statutes (F.S.).
This function involves close coordination with the lead agencies. "The restoration of the Florida Everglades, the largest ecosystem restoration project in the world, is now underway.
Missing from the original plan, however, is a study of the region's cities and farms and the economic impact their growth will make on this already endangered ecosystem. Richard Weisskoff is the author of The Economics of Everglades Restoration ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 review, published ) and Factories And Food 4/5(1).
The Everglades Foundation contracted with the Center for Urban and Environmental Solutions (CUES) at Florida Atlantic University to assess the economic benefits of the Everglades Watershed and estuaries.
The economic impact of this ecosystem. The study shows that for every one dollar spent on Everglades restoration as part of the Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan (CERP), $ will be generated in economic benefits.
Projections indicate that there will be an incremental impact on employment of aboutadditional jobs over 50 years. Downloadable. The Everglades is one of the largest wetland ecosystems in the world covering alm square miles from central Florida southward to Florida Bay.
Over the 20th century, efforts to drain the Everglades for agriculture and development severely damaged the ecosystem so that today roughly 50% of the historic flow of water through the Everglades has been diverted elsewhere.
Our analysis strongly suggests that restoration of the Everglades, as described in CERP, will have large and important economic benefits. Our best estimate is that restoration will generate an increase in economic benefits of approximately $ billion in net present value terms.
The range of this estimate can be as high as $ billion. Available in: off (international studies, U. of Miami, Coral Gables) contends that the current Florida Everglades restoration plan is. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 Price: $ Book Description "This fourth edition covers the key subjects of previous editions with major updates of the new science and understanding.
If there ever was a necessary book for Everglades advocates, students, authors, members of government and their agencies, The Everglades Handbook: Understanding the Ecosystem is an absolute must!" —Nathaniel P.
Reed, from the Foreword. Everglades National Park is an American national park that protects the southern twenty percent of the original Everglades in park is the largest tropical wilderness in the United States, and the largest wilderness of any kind east of the Mississippi average of one million people visit the park each year.
Everglades is the third-largest national park in the contiguous. Now America wants its swamp back. Grunwald shows how a new breed of visionaries transformed Everglades politics, producing the $8 billion rescue plan. That plan is already the blueprint for a new worldwide era of ecosystem restoration.
And this book is a cautionary tale for that era.ecosystem restoration. Extensive land subsidence that has been caused by drainage and oxidation of peat soils will greatly compli-cate ecosystem restoration and also threatens the future of agricul-ture in the Everglades.
“It is difficult for one who has not seen the Everglades to form even an approximate idea of that far-extending.Restoration of America’s Everglades has a lasting impact on the viability and sustainability of the Sunshine State’s $1 trillion economy.
Florida’s economy runs on clean water, and the health of our water infrastructure directly benefits the billions of dollars and thousands of jobs tied to outdoor recreation, tourism, real estate, and other sectors that define the state’s economic.