A cortadito is a popular espresso beverage found in cafeterias around Miami It is particularly popular for breakfast or in the afternoon with a pastelito, Fortune Small Business recognized the college as among the best in the United States for entrepreneurship in its listing of "America's Best Colleges for Entrepreneurs," (August 2007) in the "Cross-Disciplinary/Cross Pollination" category. As of 2011 PortMiami accounts for 176,000 jobs and has an annual economic impact in Miami of $18 billion, North Miami Enrollment for Fall 2014 consisted of 54,099 students 45,359 undergraduates and 7,814 graduate students including students enrolled in professional programs Women accounted for 56.2% of student enrollment and minorities made up 88% of total enrollment Enrollment included students from all 50 U.S states and more than 119 countries the most popular College by enrollment is the College of Arts and Sciences the freshman retention rate for 2009 was 83% the fall 2011 incoming freshman class had an average 3.7 GPA 1139 SAT score and a 25 ACT score. This map made by the U.S military shows the term "Everglades" was in use by 1857, The port currently operates eight passenger terminals six gantry cranes wharves seven Ro-Ro (Roll-on-Roll-off) docks four refrigerated yards for containers break bulk cargo warehouses and nine gantry container handling cranes in addition the port tenants operate the cruise and cargo terminals which includes their cargo handling and support equipment, The Financial Times (2008) ranks the Executive MBA in the top 85 MBA programs in the world and in the top 35 among U.S Executive MBAs. 7.1 Colleges and universities Initial attempts at developing agriculture near Lake Okeechobee were successful but the nutrients in the peat were rapidly removed In a process called soil subsidence oxidation of peat causes loss of volume Bacteria decompose dead sawgrass slowly underwater without oxygen When the water was drained in the 1920s and bacteria interacted with oxygen an aerobic reaction occurred Microorganisms degraded the peat into carbon dioxide and water Some of the peat was burned by settlers to clear the land Some homes built in the areas of early farms had to have their foundations moved to stilts as the peat deteriorated; other areas lost approximately 8 feet (2.4 m) of soil depth, The Miami Herald Silver Knight Awards is a highly regarded student awards programs the purpose of this Awards program is to recognize outstanding individuals & leaders who have maintained good grades and have applied their knowledge and talents to contribute service to their schools and communities the Silver Knight Awards program was instituted at the Miami Herald in 1959 by John S Knight past publisher of the Miami Herald founder and editor emeritus of Knight-Ridder Newspapers and 1968 Pulitzer Prize winner, 13 Downtown skyscrapers Non-Hispanic White 11% 57% 63%. . Fort Dallas built in 1836 The high surface salinity in the Atlantic on which the Atlantic thermohaline circulation is dependent is maintained by two processes: the Agulhas Leakage/Rings which brings salty Indian Ocean waters into the South Atlantic and the "Atmospheric Bridge" which evaporates subtropical Atlantic waters and exports it to the Pacific.
. . . Education Miami Herald Media Company which owns the Miami Herald and El Nuevo Herald is headquartered in Doral Florida It is located in a two-story 160,000-square-foot (15,000 m2) building that had been the U.S Southern Command center the newspaper uses 110,000 square feet (10,000 m2) of space for office purposes in 2013 there were 650 people working there the newspaper had purchased land adjacent to the headquarters to build the 119,000-square-foot (11,100 m2) printing plant, Julia Tuttle the founder of Miami. .