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If any of the following map products are used in any presentations, reports, etc., please use contact us at cscampdata (at) usf (dot) edu and also use the citation below:
Murawski, S., Gray, J., Brizzolara, J., Hommeyer, M., and Lembke C. Pinellas County Artificial Reefs [map]. “Artificial Reef Data Products.” Funding provided by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF): GEBF Grant #45892. Last updated October 2018. <https://www.marine.usf.edu/scamp/data-products/artificialreefs> (Date Accessed).
St. Pete Beach Reef
Below are several file types which can be used with GIS programs and Google Earth (KML). Please email cscampdata (at) usf (dot) edu with any questions or requests for a different file type.
1. BAG file
In order to view the files for download below (.csar), you must have CARIS EasyView installed. This is a free program that can be downloaded here. Both files #1 and #2 must be downloaded for the surface to open properly in EasyView.
Using EasyView, you can view this file in 3D and “fly” through the bottom features which is depicted in the video at the right.