Everglades


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a large subtropical swamp in southern Florida that is noted for its wildlife

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Cargo moves through Port Everglades to/from Atlanta and Charlotte in two days, and Nashville and Memphis in three days.
MWI will supply pumps by December 2010 for the district's Everglades Restoration Project.
Listen to an NPR story about the Everglades restoration project at: www.
This is a stunning development," said David Guest, an attorney with the non-profit Earthjustice, which has worked for decades on Everglades restoration.
Featured panelists are Nathaniel Reed, Vice Chairman and Founding Member of the Everglades Foundation, Eric Eikenberg, CEO of the Everglades Foundation and Dan Burkhardt, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Board Member and Author.
Army Corps of Engineers completed construction of the first mile of bridging on the trail, which is already contributing positively to the management of current high water conditions in the Everglades.
There's pythons everywhere in the Everglades, but the chances of seeing them are slim," said Florida wildlife biologist Joe Wasilewsk.
The Everglades handbook; understanding the ecosystem; 3d ed.
ENDANGERED: THE EVERGLADES AND MADAGASCAR'S FORESTS
Swamplife; people, gators, and mangroves entangled in the Everglades.
II, [sections] 7 of the Florida Constitution, states: "Those in the Everglades Agricultural Area who cause water pollution within the Everglades Protection Area or the Everglades Agricultural Area shall be primarily responsible for paying the costs of the abatement of that pollution.
The effects on the Everglades from a century of ditching, diking, farming, and development have been devastating.
Information about Everglades National Park is available at http://www.
A private stevedore and terminal operator, Portus Services LLC, Jacksonville, FL, based is expanding to Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood, FL, and investing over $1 million in new technology and state-of-the-art cargo handling equipment.
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