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provides maps and information about Florida's natural environment, history & culture, population, economy, tourism & recreation, and infrastructure & planning
Water Resources Atlas of Florida
Call Number: Florida Documents FSU.C8:W17
provides maps, graphs, photographs, drawings, tables and text describing Florida's hydrologic cycle, weather, climate, ground water, surface water, water quality, ecosystems of surface waters, water use, drainage, flood control, navigation, human impact on water, water laws & policies, water management districts, policy issues, water economics & finance, legal issues, etc.
Example from Soil Maps
Example from Bureau of Land Management Surveys
Example from USGS Topographic Maps
Maps of Florida
Florida Map Collection -- "an ongoing cooperative project of the State of Florida's public universities to digitize and provide online access to maps of contemporary and historic Florida, dating from 1564 through the present. The majority of maps in this collection document historic Florida (1564-1926), illustrating territories of the Spanish, French, English, and United States in Florida, as well as, coastal Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Georgia and other southeastern states."
"contains approximately 6,000 historic and contemporary Florida maps that support all subject areas in the K-12 classroom. A friendly license allows teachers and students to use up to 25 maps in non-commercial school projects without further permission."
provides a searchable database to identify maps of Florida dating from the early 1500s to 1926. "You can search this database for cartographers, major place names (e.g., Pensacola, Tampa Bay, Key West) and other keywords. You can also limit your search with a date range."