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SUSTAINABLE SITES: Florida Aquarium Parking Lot and Queuing Garden

By Sustainable Tourism Online
SUSTAINABLE SITES: Florida Aquarium Parking Lot and Queuing Garden
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Florida Aquarium in mid-town Tampa partnered with the Southwest Florida Water Management District to build an 11.25-acre stormwater research and demonstration area to evaluate the effectiveness of alternative low impact parking lot design to reduce runoff and improve the quality of water flowing into Tampa Bay, an Estuary of National Significance included in the National Estuary Program. The fundamental goal of this project was to extend the environmental education objectives of the Aquarium to the parking lot and the Aquarium's shaded Queuing Garden near the entrance.
Florida Aquarium in mid-town Tampa partnered with the Southwest Florida Water Management District to build an 11.25-acre stormwater research and demonstration area to evaluate the effectiveness of alternative low impact parking lot design to reduce runoff and improve the quality of water flowing into Tampa Bay, an Estuary of National Significance included in the National Estuary Program. The fundamental goal of this project was to extend the environmental education objectives of the Aquarium to the parking lot and the Aquarium's shaded Queuing Garden near the entrance. Reduce

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"Green space was increased by 10 percent by reducing the dimensions of individual parking spaces by 2 feet. This created more efficient layouts that allowed the incorporation of bioswales without reducing the number of parking spaces." Sustainable Tourism Online