Seagrass Integrated Mapping and Monitoring Program

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Authors, Contributors, and SIMM Team Members Adobe PDF 

Acknowledgements Adobe PDF 

Abstract Adobe PDF 

Executive Summary Adobe PDF 

Introduction Adobe PDF 

Chapter Reports

Perdido Bay Adobe PDF 

Pensacola Bay and Santa Rosa Sound Adobe PDF 

Santa Rosa Sound and Big Lagoon
(now appears in Pensacola Bay and Santa Rosa Sound) 

Choctawhatchee Bay Adobe PDF 

St. Andrew Bay Adobe PDF 

Franklin County Coastal Waters Adobe PDF 

Northern Big Bend Adobe PDF 

Southern Big Bend Adobe PDF 

Suwannee Sound, Cedar Keys and Waccasassa Bay Adobe PDF 

Springs Coast Adobe PDF 

Western Pinellas County Adobe PDF

Tampa Bay Adobe PDF 

Sarasota Bay Adobe PDF 

Charlotte Harbor Region Adobe PDF 

Estero Bay Adobe PDF 

Rookery Bay Adobe PDF 

Ten Thousand Islands Adobe PDF 

Florida Keys region Adobe PDF 

Florida Bay Adobe PDF

Biscayne Bay Adobe PDF 

Lake Worth Lagoon Adobe PDF 

Southern Indian River Adobe PDF 

Northern Indian River Adobe PDF

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