At this time, you can access four application-specific maps. There is one general-purpose map that is under development that will be available in the next few weeks. The differences among these maps are:
These maps also provide access to information that can help you become more informed and involved in the decisions that will shape the future of the Apalachicola River and basin. Land use decisions are being made today by your elected city or county officials, perhaps with involvement from state or federal officials as well. Today�s land use decisions will determine what your county and the ARROW region will look like over the next 10, 20, and 50 years. If those decisions do not affect you today, they may become a concern for the future residents of your community as well as your children or grandchildren.
Conspicuously absent from the mapping tools at this time are several biological data sets (e.g., known sites for rare or endangered species, priority lands for protecting biological diversity). FNAI is pursuing partnerships with other agencies to integrate FNAI's biological data with other agency data sets. In the meantime, ARROW users may go FNAI's Biodiversity Matrix web page to access a map showing some of FNAI's biological data.