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Scientific explorations of the Atlantic include the Challenger expedition the German Meteor expedition Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory and the United States Navy Hydrographic Office. PortMiami is an important contributor to the local south Florida and state economies Over four million cruise passengers pass through the Port 7.4 million tons of cargo and over 1 million twenty-foot equivalent units (TEU) (FY 2004/2005) of intermodal container traffic move through the seaport per year This combination of cruise and cargo activities supports approximately 176,000 jobs and has an economic impact in Miami-Dade County of over $17 billion $14 billion of which is generated by its cargo operations, The Community Mental Health Clinic, Government Satellite imagery of the Miami Metropolitan Area Grade 9: 27,211. 3 Campus Concourse G, On June 27 2005 the popular ex-city commissioner Arthur Teele walked into the main lobby of the Miami Herald headquarters dropped off a package for columnist Jim DeFede and told the security guard to tell his wife Stephanie he "loved her" before pulling out a gun and committing suicide His suicide happened the day the alternative weekly Miami New Times published salacious details of Teele's alleged affairs including allegations that Teele had sex with a transsexual prostitute and used cocaine At the time Teele was being investigated by federal authorities for fraud and money laundering for allegedly taking $59,000 in kickbacks to help a businessman get millions of dollars in contracts at Miami International Airport Teele was suspended from his job in 2004 by Florida governor Jeb Bush after being arrested for trying to run a police officer off the road Teele was also charged in December 2004 with ten counts of unlawful compensation on charges he took $135,000 from TLMC Inc promising that it would be awarded lucrative contracts to redevelop neighborhoods in Miami Teele was also found guilty in March 2005 for threatening an undercover detective, 3 College sports While the railroad's extension to Miami remained unannounced in the spring of 1895 rumors of this possibility continued to multiply fueling real estate activity in the Biscayne Bay area the news of the railroad's extension was officially announced on June 21 1895 in late September the work on the railroad began and settlers began pouring into the promised "freeze proof" lands on October 24 1895 the contract agreed upon by Flagler and Tuttle was approved. St Thomas University (private/Catholic) Planned: Mammals: Florida panther northern river otter mink eastern cottontail rabbit marsh rabbit raccoon striped skunk squirrel white-tailed deer Key deer bobcats red fox gray fox coyote wild boar Florida black bear nine-banded armadillos Virginia opossum. . ; 28 aircraft are based at this airport: 46% multi-engine and 54% jet The Gender and Sexual Diversity Organization (GSDO) is committed to creating better understanding of gender identity and sexual orientation within the AU community the GSDO also provides awareness of and solidarity with LGBTIQ groups among the general university population. Florida Heartland ^a Flights from Miami to Brasilia have a stopover in Punta Cana for refueling due to the Boeing 737 MAX groundings However GOL does not carry local traffic between Miami and Punta Cana This flight is flown with a Boeing 737-800.
Miami Florida Business directory, 8 External links S?? Forbes's 2015 Ranking of America's Best Colleges: ranked Barry University 615th on their list of America's Top Colleges. National origin and language: Of the people living in the Miami metro area in 2005 63% were born in the United States (including 30% who were born in Florida) and 37% were foreign born Among people at least five years old living in the region in 2005 52% spoke English at home while 48% spoke some other language at home Of those speaking a language other than English at home 78% spoke Spanish and 22% spoke some other language (mainly Haitian Creole but also French German Hebrew Italian Portuguese Russian or Yiddish). Palm Beach Atlantic University (private/Christian). The FIU College of Law was ranked 5th in 2014 in bar passing rates in the state of Florida and 1st in the MPRE, In February 1942 the Gulf Sea Frontier was established to help guard the waters around Florida by June of that year more attacks forced military leaders in Washington D.C to increase the numbers of ships and men of the army group They also moved the headquarters from Key West to the DuPont building in Miami taking advantage of its location at the southeastern corner of the U.S.. As the war against the U-boats grew stronger more military bases sprang up in the Miami area the U.S Navy took control of Miami's docks and established air stations at the Opa-locka Airport and in Dinner Key the Air Force also set up bases in the local airports in the Miami area. 4.1 PortMiami Richmond West Agulhas Bank 2.2 Hydrology It involves cross-border transactions of goods and services between two or more countries Transactions of economic resources include capital skills and people for the purpose of the international production of physical goods and services such as finance banking insurance and construction International business is also known as globalization. Everglades National Park Fire is an important element in the natural maintenance of the Everglades the majority of fires are caused by lightning strikes from thunderstorms during the wet season Their effects are largely superficial and serve to foster specific plant growth: sawgrass will burn above water but the roots are preserved underneath Fire in the sawgrass marshes serves to keep out larger bushes and trees and releases nutrients from decaying plant matter more efficiently than decomposition Whereas in the wet season dead plant matter and the tips of grasses and trees are burned in the dry season the fire may be fed by organic peat and burn deeply destroying root systems Fires are confined by existing water and rainfall it takes approximately 225 years for one foot (.30 m) of peat to develop but in some locations the peat is less dense than it should be for the 5,000 years of the Everglades' existence Scientists indicate fire as the cause; it is also cited as the reason for the black color of Everglades muck Layers of charcoal have been detected in the peat in portions of the Everglades that indicate the region endured severe fires for years at a time although this trend seems to have abated since the last occurrence in 940 BCE, Of the clubs and organizations offered to Albizu students there is a fairly even balance between those hosted by the university and those that represent outside associations Of the outside associations some of the most notable with chapters at Albizu include the American Psychological Association of Graduate Students (APAGS) the Society for Military Psychology and the International Honor Society in Psychology: Psi Chi All offer students the opportunity to have a voice on a national to international level and to advocate on behalf of the science and practice of psychology through events including panel discussions fundraisers and walks to raise awareness for different causes such as suicide amongst veterans, Johnson & Wales University (private). Florida is a low per capita energy user It is estimated that approximately 4% of energy in the state is generated through renewable resources Florida's energy production is 6% of the nation's total energy output while total production of pollutants is lower with figures of 6% for nitrogen oxide 5% for carbon dioxide and 4% for sulfur dioxide Wildfires in Florida occur at all times of the year, Protestant 2.1 Early history, The Everglades are a complex system of interdependent ecosystems Marjory Stoneman Douglas described the area as a "River of Grass" in 1947 though that metaphor represents only a portion of the system the area recognized as the Everglades prior to drainage was a web of marshes and prairies 4,000 square miles (10,000 km2) in size Borders between ecosystems are subtle or imperceptible These systems shift grow and shrink die or reappear within years or decades Geologic factors climate and the frequency of fire help to create maintain or replace the ecosystems in the Everglades. The Monsignor William Barry Memorial Library contains more than 710,000 items including 2,600 periodical titles 5,000 audiovisual items 150 electronic databases and an "excellent Catholic American collection." the library also contains a collection of documents pertaining to Operation Pedro Pan, El Al Tel Aviv The Central Terminal consists of three concourses labeled E F and G with a combined total of 52 gates the Miami-Dade Aviation Department began a three-year $657 million renovation of the terminal in November 2015 to include a new train in Concourse E and new gates and ticket counters the airport authority plans to demolish and replace the terminal in stages between 2025 and 2036 while funding upgrades to keep the facilities usable in the interim.