Summary of the Opportunity Assessment Analysis: Tampa

Native Habitats

Restorable Habitats

Stratum

Habitat Type

Current Extent

Existing Conservation Lands

Proposed Conservation Lands*

Total Restoration Opportunity**

Existing Conservation Lands Restoration Opportunity

Proposed Conservation Lands Restoration Opportunity*

Subtidal

Hard Bottom

0 ac

0 ac

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Artificial Reefs

0 ac

0 ac

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Tidal Flats

132 ac

132 ac

N/A

I/D

I/D

N/A

Seagrasses

27 ac

27 ac

N/A

14,131 ac

14,131 ac

N/A

Oyster Bars

0 ac

0 ac

N/A

I/D

I/D

N/A

Intertidal

Living Shorelines

3 mi

LSSM

N/A

LSSM

N/A

N/A

Mangrove Forests

1,192 ac

813 ac

336 ac

178 ac

11 ac

167 ac

Salt Barrens

1 ac

1 ac

N/A

Salt Marshes

531 ac

464 ac

61 ac

17 ac (JU)

0 ac (JU)

17 ac (JU)

Tidal Tributaries

24 mi

N/A

N/A

LSSM

N/A

N/A

Supratidal

Coastal Uplands

359 ac

248 ac

95 ac

190 ac

54 ac

136 ac

Non-Forested Freshwater Wetlands

1,226 ac

105 ac

397 ac

1,559 ac

20 ac

1,539 ac

Forested Freshwater Wetlands

6,569 ac

1,395 ac

3,464 ac

Native Uplands

1,995 ac

689 ac

633 ac

219 ac

24 ac

195 ac

N/A - Not Applicable; I/D - Insufficient Data; LSSM - Living Shoreline Suitability Model; JU - Potential Juncus Marsh Opportunity

*All lands identified for acquisition by partners, does not represent a 2030 target or 2050 goal

**Does not account for lands neither currently protected nor currently under consideration for acquisition