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    Everglades

    National Park Florida

SFNRC Fact Sheets

 
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Mangrove Carbon Flux Monitoring Project
Hi-Res, 3.8 MB | Lo-Res, 700 KB

 
Lichens in Everglades Fact Sheet Thumbnail

Lichens in Everglades National Park
Hi-Res, 1.3 MB | Lo-Res, 600 KB

 
Tamiami Trail Fact Sheet Thumbnail

Tamiami Trail Modifications: Next Steps
Hi-Res 7.1 MB | Lo-Res 350 KB

 
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The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness: An Introduction
Hi-Res, 3.8 MB | Lo-Res, 300 KB

 
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The Marjory Stoneman Douglas Wilderness: Research
Hi-Res, 4.1 MB | Lo-Res, 480 KB

 
Aerial Survey of Boat Use in Everglades National Park Fact Sheet Thumbnail

Aerial Survey of Boat Use in
Everglades National Park
Hi-Res, 1.8 MB | Lo-Res, 210 KB

 
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Propeller Scarring of Seagrass in Florida Bay
Hi-Res, 3.7 MB | Lo-Res, 200 KB

 
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Cape Sable Canals
Hi-Res, 3.5 MB | Lo-Res, 370 KB

 
Burmese Python Fact Sheet

Burmese Pythons
Hi-Res, 2 MB | Lo-Res, 300 KB

 
Climate Change Fact Sheet

Climate Change and South Florida's National Parks
Hi-Res, 6.4 MB | Lo-Res, 350 KB

 
Everglades Restoration Fact Sheet

Restoration of Everglades National Park
Hi-Res, 4.5 MB | Lo-Res, 1.1 MB

 
CERP Fact Sheet

Comprehensive Everglades Restoration Plan
Hi-Res, 2.1 MB | Lo-Res, 1 MB

 
Water Quality Fact Sheet

Water Quality Program: Cooperative Science
Hi-Res, 1.6 MB | Lo-Res, 1.2 MB

 
Island Apple Snail Fact Sheet

Island Apple Snail
Hi-Res, 3.9 MB | Lo-Res, 223 KB

 
Science at Dry Tortugas Fact Sheet Thumbnail

Science at Dry Tortugas
Hi-Res, 3 MB | Lo-Res, 175 KB

 
Dry Tortugas Natural Resources Fact Sheet

Natural Resources at Dry Tortugas
Hi-Res, 1.9 MB | Lo-Res, 1 MB

 
Dry Tortugas RNA Fact Sheet


Dry Tortugas Research Natural
Area Implementation
Hi-Res, 4.1 MB | Lo-Res, 275 KB

Did You Know?

Did You Know?

The Ten Thousand Islands area of Everglades National Park composes part of the largest stand of protected mangrove forest in the Western Hemisphere. South Florida's coast serves as a vital nursery ground for many of our most prized commercial and recreational marine species.