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15 MB - Great Lakes Maritime Research Institute

15 MB - Great Lakes Maritime Research Institute

15 MB - Great Lakes Maritime Research

  • Page 3 and 4: Mission StatementThe Great Lakes Ma
  • Page 5 and 6: Technical Report Documentation1. Re
  • Page 7 and 8: TABLE OF CONTENTSOverview and Backg
  • Page 9 and 10: Overview and Background:During Marc
  • Page 11 and 12: Advisory Board:One of the first tas
  • Page 13 and 14: University of MichiganDr. Armin Tro
  • Page 15 and 16: Specific Project Awards to Universi
  • Page 17 and 18: - October 8, 2005 GLMRI Affiliate U
  • Page 19 and 20: - October 7, 2006 The 2 nd GLMRI Af
  • Page 21 and 22: Seaway­Sized Bulk Carrier Model fo
  • Page 23 and 24: Table of Contentspage1. Introductio
  • Page 25 and 26: List of FigurespageFigure 2.1: Typi
  • Page 27 and 28: 2. BackgroundThe initial Sea Grant
  • Page 29 and 30: Figure 2.2: Typical Forward Plenum
  • Page 31 and 32: Table 3.1: Ballast­Free Bulk Carri
  • Page 33 and 34: 4. Model Construction ConstraintsTh
  • Page 35 and 36: 6. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CF
  • Page 37 and 38: Figure 6.3: Velocity Vectors at the
  • Page 39 and 40: 8. Model ConstructionThe model of t
  • Page 41 and 42: 9. Potential Economic Impacts of th
  • Page 43: Expanding Regional Freight Informat
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  • Page 49 and 50: Workshop participants also effectiv
  • Page 51 and 52: information to share with governmen
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    Most of this information has been c

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    A New Perspective on Information De

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    • Assemble data and report inform

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    Looking Ahead: Next StepsThe main o

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    Again, according to MISNA, the mari

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    References Cited[1] Maritime Inform

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    Schematic Diagram of the Structure

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    Example 1: Basic Mapping FunctionsF

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    Figure B.7User now queries the port

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    Example 3: Mapping the NetworkFigur

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    APPENDIX CCode Specifications for G

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    Michigan:­ 01 Alpena ­19 Marine C

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    APPENDIX DMeeting Participants in t

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    Tax Systems and Barriersto Great La

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    The HMT Generates Substantially Mor

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    vii

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    paid by the now terminated Incan Su

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    Chapter 1: Introduction1.1 Research

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    presentation, “A Transportation I

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    − United States General Accountin

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    − Short Sea Vessel Service and Ha

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    Detailed views of these data presen

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    Guarantee Fee for MARAD'sTitle XI P

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    Table 2.4: Great Lakes Assessments

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    Table 2.5: Great Lakes Assessments

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    Table 2.7: Great Lakes Assessments

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    Table 2.10: Duty Assessments on Gre

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    Certification Fee for Payment of Ve

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    6) HMT TablesAs noted above and in

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    Table 2.14: Total Bid Dollars by Co

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    2003 Arcadia Harbor, Mi $33,2462003

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    Chapter 3: The U.S. Harbor Maintena

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    providing for - (1) revenue from im

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    Community’s RC. No panel has been

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    evenue to fund current and future h

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    The Support for Harbor Investment P

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    Table 3.3: Percent Change in U.S. F

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    Harbor Maintenance Tax Time Line198

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    Table 4.3: Output ImpactIndustry Di

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    ReferencesChapter 1[1] Stewart, Ric

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    [31] United States V. United States

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    [66] American Association of Port A

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    Appendix A: Tax Inventory DataSourc

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    Overview of Maritime Tax Inventory

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    Overview of Maritime Tax Inventory

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    Overview of Maritime Tax Inventory

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    31 U.S.C. 9701; P.L. 100-710, 46 C.

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    Merchant Marine Act of 1936 as amen

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    Reform Act of 1998, P. L. 105-258,

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    Appendix C: Detailed HMT TimelineHA

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    complete and refunds are issued.Imp

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    There was unexpected good news for

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    Articles... assembled abroad in who

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    that each and every regulation is s

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    Another challenge to the HMF as app

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    Appendix D: Estimating Harbor Maint

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    D-3

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    Alternatives to Petroleum Based Fue

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    Table of ContentsExecutive Summary

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    Table 4.10:Great Lakes Biodiesel Pl

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    of a long­term low­temperature st

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    Chapter 1: Overview1.1 Introduction

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    Chapter 2: Biodiesel: An Alternativ

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    2.2.2 Properties of BiodieselThe pr

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    e renewable fuels (e.g. ethanol and

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    2.4 Engine Test DataSummaries of th

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    OEM manufacturer should be consulte

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    A review of the literature addressi

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    credit and a biodiesel mixture cred

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    Figure 2: U.S. Diesel DemandMoving

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    Demand Forecast. Table 3.4 below sh

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    fuels (ethanol and biodiesel) be us

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    Minnesota incentivesTable 3.11: Min

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    Figure 3: Glycerin as Market RiskSo

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    Figure 4: Great Lakes Region IMPLAN

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    Definitions used in this report:Mea

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    column shows that in Year 1 of cons

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    Operations. Tables below show the e

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    When operations for the biodiesel p

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    verify that separation of the blend

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    was considered the hot topic, very

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    ReferencesChapter 1No referencesCha

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    http://www.irs.gov/publications/p37

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    Appendix A: Demand and Supply Suppo

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    Table A­2: Minnesota Soybean Produ

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    Table A­6: Marine Diesel Sales, Co

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    Table of ContentsSections Page #1.

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    2. Introduction: Background and Obj

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    3. MethodsThe LLO has a survey­gra

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    Figure 2. Sidescan sonar mosaic of

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    Figure 4. Single track (detailed) s

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    Figure 7. Single track (detailed) s

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    Figure 10. Detailed multibeam bathy

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    5. Potential Economic Impacts of th

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    Final Report: Great Lakes Maritime

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    Evaluation Measures and ResultsTo e

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    Appendix ASummary of Publicity & Re

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    Appendix BGreat Lakes Maritime Tran

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    Appendix DGreat Lakes Maritime Tran

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    REFERENCESDuluth Port Authority. 20

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    Steel Starts Here (12:00 minutes) b

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    Appendix FGreat Lakes Shipping: Did

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    15. What are the top 3 products shi

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    Properly Loaded Ship Listing ShipHO

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    FoghornGreenhouse gasGroundedHarbor

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