Skip Navigation

Home Projects Publications Archives About Sign Up or Log In

Browse Resources

(5 classifications) (3 resources)

Florida

Classification
Bathymetric maps. (1)
History (23)
Maps, Topographic. (1)
Pictorial works (4)
Social life and customs. (2)

Resources
View Resource South Florida Information Access: Virtual Tour

Southern Florida contains some of the most unique landscape and biology in the US. The US Geological Society and Southern Florida Information Access (SOFIA) maintains the South Florida Virtual Tour in hopes of sharing the beauty of the area and promoting its protection. Visitors can tour sixteen areas (e.g., the Everglades and the Florida Keys); view images (still and 360 degree), illustrations,...

https://sofia.usgs.gov/virtual_tour/index.html
View Resource Florida Plants Online: Young Naturalist's Page

Hosted by Florida Plants Online and edited by Botanist Leigh Fulghum, this Young Naturalist website provides links to a wide variety of educational sites for students, teachers, and parents. The Young Naturalist site focuses on Florida's natural history, but connects to resources useful for students in other geographic regions as well. The natural history resources are organized by such categories...

http://www.floridaplants.com/youngn.htm
View Resource Development pressures threaten historic St. Augustine

It might be argued that in terms of the built environment, Americans love what is new and are, at times, dismissive of that historic urban fabric of their past. As many parts of the country continue to be reinvigorated with new urban developments, it also becomes increasingly difficult to preserve those unique developments that are an integral part of a place's history. One city that is currently...

https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2005/0318