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  • The Everglades are unique. There is something about the Everglades that captures our imagination. Maybe it’s their remoteness. Maybe it the quiet. For me, it’s their vastness. But the Everglades are dying. So let me talk about what happened.
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    • 1. CERP GEODETIC VERTICAL CONTROL A Height Modernization Effort
    • 2. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers P.O. Box 4970 Jacksonville, FL 32232-0019 South Florida Water Management District 3301 Gun Club Road West Palm Beach Fl. To find out more ,visit our website at: www.evergladesplan.org
    • 3. Management's Vision Project Manager Team Players Standards
    • 4. Colonel May Mr. Joe Schweigart
    • 5. Although the goal of the project is the restoration of the everglades it was our job to tie the various project throughout the region with good vertical and horizontal control. As you can see from the map the project cover a much larger area that the true restoration. This is one of the reasons for the establishment of 800 miles of new level lines.
    • 6. The Team
      • Personalities
      • Abilities
      • Experience
      • Cooperation
      • Commitment to the Project
    • 7. The Geodetic Vertical Control Project
      • Coordination of 5 Government Agencies
      • 1000 Miles of new NGS First Order Class II Level Lines
      • 6 Contractors and 1 State Agency
      • Project 150 miles by 110 miles (16,500 square miles)
      • 4,472 square miles are the Everglades
      • Covered 11 Counties in South Florida
    • 8. “ There are no other Everglades in the world.” - Marjory Stoneman Douglas
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    • 10. First Order Control in the Project Area First and Second Order Control in the Project Area The CERP Project Lines added to this control
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    • 18. Horizontal
    • 19. Order “A” Stations
    • 20. Gravitometer
    • 21. This gravity grid is derived from point values in the NGS gravity database. They impact both the determination of the gravimetric geoid and orthometric heights. Note the purple field at the North end of Lake Okeechobee. It represents a 20 mGal low in the local gravity field.
    • 22. PROJECT DELIVERY TEAMS & PUBLIC OUTREACH
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    • 24. NAD27, NGVD29, NAD83/86 & 90, NAVD88, CERP, CORS
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    • 26. CERP GEODETIC VERTICAL CONTROL
      • National Geodetic Survey, NOAA
        • QA and QC
          • FIELD
          • OFFICE
            • PROCESSING
            • LOADING OBSERVATION DATA
    • 27. CERP GEODETIC VERTICAL CONTROL
      • OBSERVATION DATA
      • is available at
      • www.NGS.NOAA.gov
    • 28. CERP GEODETIC VERTICAL CONTROL ________
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    • 36. The nation’s most famous wetland will continue to flaunt its colors
    • 37. CERP QUESTIONS
    • 38. Contact: USACE Mr. David Robar SFWMD Mr. Howard Ehmke All CERP Projects must be tied to this CERP Network