The websites listed below are maintained by federal, state, and local organizations which provide information on the ecosystem restoration efforts for South Florida.
- Marine and Estuarine Goal Setting for South Florida (MARES)
- Florida Exotic Pest Plant Council
- South Florida Ecosystem Research and Monitoring Program
- South Florida Information Access (SOFIA)
The goal of the Marine and Estuarine Goal Setting for South Florida (MARES) Project is to reach a science-based consensus about the defining characteristics and fundamental regulating processes of a South Florida coastal marine ecosystem that is both sustainable and capable of providing the diverse ecological services upon which our society depends.
Wateratlas.org is the gateway to a group of websites developed by the Florida Center for Community Design and Research at the University of South Florida in partnership with local, state and federal government agencies. Our goal is to design a comprehensive data resource, eventually covering the State of Florida. that helps citizens and scientists alike make informed descisions concerning our vital water resources.
The FLEPPC was founded in Florida in 1984 for the purpose of focusing attention on the impacts of exotic pest plants, habitat loss due to exotic plant infestations, impacts of exotic pest plants on endangered species, informing and educating resource managers about which species deserve to be monitored, and more.
A National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) effort dedicated to providing quality science to the CERP.
Maintained by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), SOFIA provides scientific information access in support of research, decision-making, and resourse management for the South Florida ecosystem restoration effort.