Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Map Library
The following collection presents a library of topical maps available for Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary
Boundary (pdf, 343 kb)
This simple map outlines the boundaries of the sanctuary in relation to south Florida. It does not show the boundaries of individual marine zones, or the boundaries of other state or federal areas.
Florida Keys National Marine
Sanctuary and South Florida (pdf,
This colorful, high resolution map shows the boundaries and marine zones of the sanctuary, as well as those of other state and federal partners in south Florida. This map is part of a comprehensive atlas of the national marine sanctuaries.
Florida Keys National
Marine Sanctuary and Zone Boundaries (pdf, 416 kb)
This map shows the boundaries of the sanctuary and its marine zones, as well as the boundaries of adjacent parks and refuges differentiated by color.
Sanctuary Mapping Applications and Visualization Tools
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission provides geospatial support to the Sanctuary in the form of maps, visualization tools, web mapping applications, data layers in Google Earth kml format and a variety of other helpful resources. More…
Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Marine Zones
The sanctuary uses a management strategy called marine zoning to set aside parts of the ocean for specific uses and protect special areas. Use this interactive map to learn more about the locations of the marine zones of the sanctuary, the types of resources they protect, and their special rules. More…
Benthic Habitats of the Florida Keys
Mapping of benthic — or seafloor — habitats help sanctuary mangers develop strategies to balance the use and protection of those habitats. The benthic habitats of the sanctuary are divided into 32 individual maps that depict four major categories of habitat: coral, seagrass, hardbottom and bare seafloor. More…
Buoys within Florida Keys National
Mooring buoys provide boaters with an alternative to dropping anchor and are a management tool to protect coral reefs. Headed out on the water and want to know which sites in the sanctuary have mooring buoys? This interactive map shows where the mooring buoys are in relation to popular reef sites, artificial reefs and shipwrecks. More…
Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Shipwreck Trail Sites
The nine ships of the sanctuary’s Shipwreck Trail are located just a few miles offshore have tales to tell to divers and snorkelers alike. Visit this interactive map to view locations of these historic wrecks, access information on wreck history and archeology, and view site maps. More…