This is a research project to design and implement methods of tracking seagrass abundance and seabed boat propellor scarring using low-cost bathymetric equipment mounted on small boats.
A website that helps communities to make informed decisions by providing up-to-date information on our vital water resources.
This interactive web-based atlas is an information gateway for citizens interested in the health of Tampa Bay, Florida's largest open-water estuary. Its geographic coverage includes the study area of the Tampa Bay Estuary Program, a regional alliance that is part of the US Environmental Protection Agency's National Estuary Program.
Project report describing the equipment, procedures, benefits, and limitations of a technique to add side-scanning sonar during bathymetry collection to detect and map seagrass scars in Cockroach Bay, in Lower Tampa Bay.