Florida’s Greater Everglades Ecosystem is a biologically diverse and unique wetland. Restoring this magnificent landscape to its more natural state, before human interference, is a challenging process and requires a comprehensive understanding of the ecological and physical processes at work in the system. Scientists from all over the nation have been studying many aspects of the Greater Everglades Ecosystem over the past decades.
The purpose of the JEM Biological Data Viewer is to display data collected in and around the Everglades. These data have been collected through the hard work of scientists from various agencies, universities, and institutions. These data continue to be of interest to decision makers, land managers, other scientists, and the general public.
The data you see on the viewer does not represent all data being collected in the Everglades, but that of scientists willing to contribute. If you would like to share knowledge or research with the JEM community, please contact us.