Global synergies: the reuse or sharing of resources by a corporation and may include marketing departments or other inputs that can be used in multiple markets This includes among other things brand name recognition! Wildlife and preservation The earliest evidence of Native American settlement in the Miami region came from about 10,000 years ago the region was filled with pine hardwood forests and was home to plenty of deer bear and wild fowl These first inhabitants settled on the banks of the Miami River with their main villages on the northern banks These early Native Americans created a variety of weapons and tools from shells. 1978 55.6% 1,406,580 44.4% 1,123,888 PortMiami boasts the title "cruise capital of the world" and is the busiest cruise/passenger port in the world it accommodates the operations of such major cruise lines as Carnival Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line It is home to the Symphony of the Seas the largest cruise ship in the world Currently the following ships are based in Miami: Carnival Sensation Carnival Glory Carnival Victory Carnival Splendor Empress of the Seas Navigator of the Seas Norwegian Getaway Norwegian Sky Disney Magic, Everglades 2.1 Limestone and aquifers, In December 1979 police officers pursued motorcyclist Arthur McDuffie in a high-speed chase after McDuffie made a provocative gesture towards a police officer the officers claimed that the chase ended when McDuffie crashed his motorcycle and died but the coroner's report concluded otherwise One of the officers testified that McDuffie fell off of his bike on an Interstate 95 on-ramp When the police reached him he was injured but okay the officers removed his helmet beat him to death with their batons put his helmet back on and called an ambulance claiming there had been a motorcycle accident Eula McDuffie the victim's mother said to the Miami Herald a few days later "They beat my son like a dog They beat him just because he was riding a motorcycle and because he was black." a jury acquitted the officers after a brief deliberation. Miami Culinary Institute (public) 6.5 Flood control 3.1 2000s: a new era Fort Lauderdale (Virgin Trains USA) Virgin Trains USA. .
. 8 External links, Skybus SAC Lima O, Name change (52) 2.75 Population % change Academics Athletics Collins Bridge the first bridge to connect Miami to Miami Beach. FIU Arena 1986 The bay is also home to the University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science in Virginia Key (founded in 1947) and Florida International University's Biscayne Bay Campus (founded in 1977) in North Miami it was seen in the music video for the Lonely Island's "I'm on a Boat"! Miami-Fort Lauderdale is the 12th largest radio market and the 16th-largest television market in the U.S television stations serving the Miami-Fort Lauderdale area include WAMI-TV (UniMas) WBFS-TV (MyNetworkTV) WSFL-TV (The CW) WFOR-TV (CBS) WHFT-TV (TBN) WLTV (Univision) WPLG (ABC) WPXM (ION) WSCV (Telemundo) WSVN (FOX) WTVJ (NBC) WLRN-TV (PBS) and WPBT (also PBS) the latter television station being the only channel to serve the entire metropolitan area. In 2005 82% of people 25 years and over had at least graduated from high school and 28% had a bachelor's degree or higher Among people 16 to 19 years old 7% were dropouts; they were not enrolled in school and had not graduated from high school the total school enrollment in the Miami metro area was 1.4 million in 2005 Nursery school and kindergarten enrollment was 170,000 and elementary or high school enrollment was 879,000 College or graduate school enrollment was 354,000.