Florida Unified Reef Map
The Unified Reef Map is a regional map of benthic habitats that occur throughout the Florida reef tract. The Unified Reef Map consists of individual maps and monitoring data provided by our numerous partners. The purpose of the Unified Reef Map is to provide a comprehensive view of habitats from Martin County through the Florida Keys to the Dry Tortugas. The Unified Reef Map supports the larger effort to coordinate scientific research and promote a reef-wide approach for protecting Florida’s reef tract.
For more information: Unified Reef Map User Guide
The Unified Reef Map is a living map and will be updated as new data become available. If you have data you would like to add to the Unified Reef Map or have questions about the project please contact the GISlibrarian@MyFWC.com
The Unified Reef Map was made possible through the contribution of data and expertise from several partners:
NOAA's Office for Coastal Management, FDEP's Coastal Management Program, Nova Southeastern University, U.S. National Park Service, Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, Palm Beach County, Martin County, Miami-Dade County, Broward County, Monroe County