Fish and Wildlife Research Institute

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Application and Map Products

Internet Map Services are online mapping tools designed to allow users to view spatially referenced data, create customized queries, design printable maps, and download GIS layers for use within a desktop GIS.  FWRI's Web-based GIS technologies allow efficient viewing and sharing of GIS data via the Internet in support of efforts to conserve and manage habitats important to fish and wildlife.



Marine

Data and mapping viewers are available through this site. Marine-oriented data are available for download in shapefile and Google Earth-compatible KMZ formats.

Terrestrial

Data and mapping viewers are available through this site. Terrestrial-oriented data are available for download in shapefile and Google Earth-compatible KMZ formats.

Freshwater

Data and mapping viewers are available through this site. Freshwater-oriented data are available for download in shapefile and Google Earth-compatible KMZ formats.

GIS and Mapping Data Downloads

Data and maps are available for download from this site. Data from the Marine Resources GIS database are available in various formats and can also be viewed on the ArcGIS.com map viewer.

Quick Maps Google Earth Files

More than 1,500 GIS data layers from the FWC-FWRI's Center for Spatial Analysis have been converted to Google Earth-compatible files for easy viewing within Google Earth or other compatible viewers.


FWC Facts:
Sunshine bass are bred at FWC hatcheries by crossing white bass with striped bass. Approximately 1 million sunshine bass are stocked in Florida each year.

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