The Atlas of Florida’s Natural Heritage provides overviews of the natural communities, the plants, and the animals that inhabit the Sunshine State, along with information on habitat modeling, ecological greenways, protecting natural areas, and land management. With more than 600 photos and over 200 maps, this book will be useful not only to scientists and policymakers, but also to residents and visitors interested in preserving Florida’s beautiful and complex natural heritage.
- Knight GR, Oetting J, and Cross L, editors. 2011. Atlas of Florida's Natural Heritage: Biodiversity, Landscapes, Stewardship, and Opportunities. Tallahassee, FL: Institute of Science and Public Affairs, Florida State University. 162 pp.