Projects funded by Florida Department of Environmental Protection
Statewide Ecosystem Assessment of Coastal and Aquatic Resources
2019-08-30 — 2021-12-31
The Statewide Ecosystem Assessment of Coastal and Aquatic Resources (SEACAR) is a collaborative process which involves local, state, and federal natural resource managers, data providers, researchers, and partners to identify and assess ecological indicators and to create a comprehensive assessment of the statuses and trends of the Office of Resilience and Coastal Protection's submerged coastal resources.
Layout and design of factsheets and final report for Rookery Bay NERR
2015-04-06 — 2015-07-30
The primary objective of this project is to layout and design one 4-page factsheet, four 2-page factsheets, a final report, and to provide web-ready graphics to the Rookery Bay NERR. This includes designing colors, font, and design elements within each document. A common branding will be applied throughout the products so they are separate but related products. To achieve this, the following tasks have been identified and are outlined below.
Rookery Bay NERR
2013-08-01 — 2014-01-31
The primary objective of this project is to collate data, review indicators, and synthesize both to effectively report the health of Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve in southwest Florida. Located at the northern end of the Ten Thousand Islands on the Gulf Coast of Florida, the Rookery Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve represents one of the few remaining undisturbed mangrove estuaries in North America.