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September 16, 2015

New Sunshine State Maps Add U.S. Forest Service Data

Recently released US Topo maps for Florida now feature more trails using data provided by the U.S. Forest Service as well as trail information from other federal, state and private sources. Several of the 1,028 new US Topo quadrangles for Florida now display parts of the Florida National Scenic Trail(FNST) and other designated public trails. For Gulf Coast residents, recreationalists and visitors

February 10, 2015

Dewberry Mapping Initiatives Document Seagrass Habitat Levels

Fairfax, Va, Feb. 9, 2015—Environmental mapping projects in Florida and California document the decline of seagrass, an aquatic plant vital to estuarine ecosystems and regional economies. Two environmental mapping projects recently completed in Florida and California are helping to document the decline of seagrass, an aquatic plant that is vital to estuarine ecosystems and regional

November 25, 2014

Astronauts Image Florida at Night

The Florida peninsula is easily recognizable from space, even at night, in this image taken from the International Space Station in October 2014. Gauging the size and intensity of lights gives an intuitive sense of city size and population.