Fish and Wildlife Research Institute


Florida GAME

Florida's economy and quality of life depend on the quality of coastal and marine ecosystems, which are under increasing pressure due to land development, pollution, recreational use, and commercial activities. The Geospatial Assessment of Marine Ecosystems (GAME) is a project that aims to define and describe Florida's marine ecosystems to assist management of coastal and marine waters.

GAME Data Set Catalog Information

Search the database or submit new data sets to the catalog.

Broad Overview

What is Florida GAME?

Statement of Work

View a copy of the Statement of work for Florida GAME

Organization Acronyms

List of state and Federal organizations that have contributed to the data set catalog. This list is useful when searching the database by organization.

Active Contributors

This is a list of active contributors to the GAME catalog either by submitting information themselves or by submitting information to GAME Staff.

Contact Information

Submit questions and comments to GAME staff.

GAME Links

Links to additional Web sites

FWC Facts:
Florida's largest estuary, Tampa Bay, covers 440 square miles and has more than 300 species of inshore fish.

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