Aug 11, 2011

How to build a bridge

Usually you build bridges to traverse bodies of water.

Then there is the case of building a bridge to let more water through.

The video above highlights a case that isn’t even that:

While the bridge will traverse a one-mile span of the Everglades and will also allow more water to get through, downstream, into Everglades National Park … 

The hope for full restoration hinges on future water to come.

Here’s an article that explains more.


walk2write said...

I hope things work out for you all down there. Maybe the increased water flow will stimulate more rainfall?

Robert V. Sobczak said...

I didn't think of that! Sort of like a meteorologic cost share.