ResourceBroward County benthic habitat maps
Metadata Thumbnail "Benthic habitat maps of north and south Broward County, southeastern Florida."
ResourceSoutheast Florida Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (SECREMP). 2003 Year 1
Metadata Thumbnail "The coral reef ecosystem in Florida extends from the Dry Tortugas in the south to the St. Lucie Inlet in the north. However, until 2003, the primary focus for coral reef research and long-term monitoring was limited to the Florida Keys and Dry Tortugas i...
ResourceSoutheast Florida Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (SECREMP). 2004 Year 2
Metadata Thumbnail "The coral reef ecosystem in Florida extends from the Dry Tortugas in the south to the St. Lucie Inlet in the north. However, until 2003, the primary focus for coral reef research and long-term monitoring was limited to the Florida Keys and Dry Tortugas i...
ResourceSoutheast Florida coral reefs: Where enjoyment and responsibility play!
Metadata Thumbnail Promotional tent card (triangular table display) to remind people that coral reefs are made up of living creatures and to do their part to ensure tyhe long-term survival of this natural treasure. In English and in Spanish."
ResourceCoral grief and coral relief. Take the initiative: Enjoy and protect our reefs
Metadata Thumbnail "The images and descriptions presented on this portable exhibit represent a few examples of the negative and positive actions that affect coral reefs."
ResourceSoutheast Florida Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (SECREMP). 2005 Year 3
Metadata Thumbnail "The coral reef ecosystem in Florida extends from the Dry Tortugas in the south to the St. Lucie Inlet in the north. However, until 2003, the primary focus for coral reef research and long-term monitoring was limited to the Florida Keys and Dry Tortugas i...
ResourceSoutheast Florida marine education locations and programs
This resource document provides a description of various agencies' marine education projects and programs, their locaitons, and contact information. These Florida agencies include parks, refuges, preserves, museums, aquariums, federa, state and local gove...
ResourceMap of the coral reefs of southeast Florida
Metadata Thumbnail "Map depicting the coral reefs offshore of southeast Florida for educational purposes to be located at boat ramps."
ResourceTake the initiative: Enjoy and protect our coral reefs
Metadata Thumbnail "Sign describing the coral reefs offshore of southeast Florida, their legal protection and guidelines on what you can do to protect the coral reefs. This sign is for educational purposes to be located at boat ramps."
ResourcePalm Beach County benthic habitat maps
Metadata Thumbnail "Benthic habitat maps of north and south Palm Beach County, southeastern Florida."
ResourceSoutheast Florida Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (SECREMP). 2006 Year 4
Metadata Thumbnail "The coral reef ecosystem in Florida extends from the Dry Tortugas in the south to the St. Lucie Inlet in the north. However, until 2003, the primary focus for coral reef research and long-term monitoring was limited to the Florida Keys and Dry Tortugas i...
ResourceSoutheast Florida Coral Reef Evaluation and Monitoring Project (SECREMP). 2007 Year 5
Metadata Thumbnail The coral reef ecosystem in Florida extends from the Dry Tortugas in the south to the St. Lucie Inlet in the north. However, until 2003, the primary focus for coral reef research and long-term monitoring was limited to the Florida Keys and Dry Tortugas in...
ResourceProtect Florida's coral reefs. Use fertilizers and pesticides wisely to protect coastal waters and habitats
Metadata Thumbnail "Many people think of corals as plants or even rocks. A coral is, in fact, a very delicate living creature. Florida is the only state in the continental United States that has extensive coral reefs, often referred to as "rainforests of the ocean" because ...
ResourceSouthern Broward County and Southern Miami-Dade County benthic habitat maps
Metadata Thumbnail "Benthic habitat maps of Southern Broward County and of Southern Miami-Dade County, southeastern Florida."
ResourceCommon southeast Florida corals and primary regulations
Metadata Thumbnail "These information cards for field use were developed as awareness training material as a Phase 2 product of the Southeast Florida Coral Reef Initiative (SEFCRI) Maritime Industry and Coastal Construction Impacts (MICCI) Combined Project 4, 21, 23, and 24...
ResourceConnecting the land, the sea and the people of southeast Florida
Metadata Thumbnail "Poster illustrates a watershed's conections. Includes a few ways in which the watershed links actions on land to coastal resources, guidelines on how to protect your watershed, and minimize impacts to Floridas coral reefs, and website links to learn more...
ResourceReef fish visual census monitoring in the Florida Keys Reef Tract
"In FY12 abundance and size data for reef-fishes were collected by highly trained and experienced SCUBA divers using a standard, in situ, nondestructive monitoring method (Bohnsack and Bannerot 1986; Brandt et al. 2009). A probabilistic sampling approach ...
ResourceGalapagos: Windows into the Future
"A co-production of Community Television Foundation of South Florida, Inc. and the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation, this 27-minute Changing Seas TV episode focuses on research of Derek P. Manzello. (508 Compliance advisory: The audio includes c...
ResourceRecommendations from the Workshop to Advance the Science and Practice of Caribbean Coral Restoration
"The Workshop to Advance the Science and Practice of Caribbean Coral Restoration occurred Nov 15-17 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The goals achieved at the workshop were to foster collaboration and technology transfer among coral restoration scientists, pr...
ResourcePerformance evaluation of marine zoning in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
"This project uses a multi-tiered approach to evaluate Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary (FKNMS). Spatial and temporal rates of movement of acoustically tagged snappers and groupers will continue to be measured in...
ResourcePerformance evaluation of marine zoning in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
"This multi-year project has used a multi-tiered approach to evaluate Marine Protected Areas in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary. During the Federal Fiscal Year 11 (Oct. 2010-Sept. 2011), spatial and temporal rates of movement of acoustically ta...
ResourceHerbivory and the resilience of Caribbean coral reefs: Knowledge gaps and implications for management
"Herbivory is a key process on coral reefs that can facilitate reef-building corals by excluding algae that otherwise negatively impact coral settlement, growth, and survivorship. Over the last several decades, coral cover on Caribbean reefs has declined ...
ResourcePatterns of juvenile habitat use and seasonality of settlement by permit, Trachinotus falcatus
"Permit, Trachinotus falcatus are economically and ecologically important throughout their range of the Caribbean, subtropical and tropical western Atlantic, and Gulf of Mexico. Despite their economic importance, little is known about the biology and ecol...
ResourceTwo Shelf-Edge Marine Protected Areas in the eastern Gulf of Mexico
"The Madison-Swanson Marine Protected Area is located off the Florida coast in the Gulf of Mexico at the margin of the continental shelf and slope in 60 to 140 m of water. Prominent within Madison-Swanson is a limestone ridge, thought to be the remnant of...
ResourceUsing cyanobacteria and macroalgae stable isotopes as anthropogenic point and non-point source nutrient indicators
"In order to better understand and manage the benthic resources of southeast Florida, links between sources and targets of land-based pollution need to be established through cause-effect demonstrations. To date, the different influences of anthropogenic ...