Explore general as well as scientific information about the movement, chemistry and biology of area surface water environments.
This interactive map shows seagrass extents as they existed between 2004 and 2018. Use the slider to toggle the year being displayed to demonstrate how seagrass coverage has changed over time.
Seagrass calculations are aggregates of patchy and continuous seagrass measurements only. Recordings of attached algae are not included in these summaries.
Source(s): Southwest Florida Water Management District
Source(s): St. Johns River Water Management District
|Reef Site||Latitude||Longitude||Depth (ft)||Deploy Date||No. of Structures||Materials|
|10||12/31/1984||2||CONCRETE CULVERTS, CONCRETE RUBBLE|
|CAPE HAZE REEFS||26º
|18||5/10/1995||4||CONCRETE CULVERTS, CONCRETE PIPE UNITS, MODULES STEEL UNITS, STEEL UNITS|
|CHARLOTTE HARBOR REEFS||26º
|12||12/31/1983||9||BRIDGE CONCRETE, CONCRETE CULVERTS, CONCRETE HOLLOW SLAB, CONCRETE SEWER BOXES, MODULES CONCRETE REEFBALLS|
|12||12/31/1988||1||SHIP STEEL CREWBOAT|
Vegetation sampling is the identification and quantification of plant species and communities. Vegetation sampling is a tool used in environmental assessments and can inform a myriad of assessment goals including biomass availability, water quality concerns, management benchmarks, and determining the introduction and establishment of invasive species. Sampling can be conducted via destructive or non-destructive methods. Learn more about vegetation sampling from the links and documents listed below.