NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The 16 Florida projects marked with an asterisk have been added since a preliminary announcement last spring.

ALABAMA
$85.5 million — Gulf State Park Enhancement Project
$5 million — Alabama Swift Tract Living Shoreline
$3.2 million — Alabama Oyster Cultch Restoration
ALABAMA TOTAL: $93.7 MILLION
FLORIDA
$10.8 million — Beach Enhancement Project at Gulf Island National Seashore
$4 million — Gulf Islands National Seashore Ferry Project
$775,605 — Florida Cat Point Living Shoreline Project
$10.8 million — Florida Pensacola Bay Living Shoreline Project
$2.7 million — Florida Seagrass Recovery Project
$588,500 — Perdido Key State Park Beach Boardwalk Improvements
$1.5 million — Big Lagoon State Park Boat Ramp Improvement
$1 million — Bob Sikes Pier Parking and Trail Restoration
$11.5 million — Florida Artificial Reefs
$18.8 million — Florida Fish Hatchery
$2.9 million — Scallop Enhancement for Increased Recreational Fishing Opportunity in the Florida Panhandle
$882,750 — Shell Point Beach Nourishment
$611,234 — Perdido Key Dune Restoration Project
$5.4 million — Florida Oyster Cultch Placement Project
$3.2 million — *Strategically Provided Boat Access Along Florida's Gulf Coast
$743,276 — *Walton County Boardwalks and Dune Crossovers
$2.1 million — *Gulf County Recreation Projects
$470,800 — *Bald Point State Park Recreation Areas
$1.8 million — *Enhancements of Franklin County Parks and Boat Ramps
$262,989 — *Appalachicola River Wildlife and Environmental Area Fishing and Wildlife Viewing Access Improvements
$1.2 million — *Navarre Beach Park Gulfside Walkover Complex
$614,630 — *Navarre Beach Park Coastal Access
$309,669 — *Gulf Breeze Wayside Park Boat Ramp
$2.6 million — *Developing Enhanced Recreational Opportunities at the Escribano Point Portion of the Yellow River WMA
$10.2 million — *Norriego Point Restoration and Recreation Project
$588,500 — *Deer Lake State Park Development
$993,649 — *City of Parker, Oak Shore Drive Pier
$2 million — *Panama City Marina Fishing Pier, Boat Ramp and Staging Docks
$1.5 million — *Wakulla Marshes Sands Park Improvements
$4.6 million — *Northwest Florida Estuarine Habitat Restoration, Protection and Education, Fort Walton Beach
FLORIDA TOTAL: $105.5 million
LOUISIANA
$318.4 million — Louisiana Outer Coast Restoration
$22 million — Louisiana Marine Fisheries Enhancement, Research, and Science Center
LOUISIANA TOTAL: $340.4 million
MISSISSIPPI
$50 million — Hancock County Marsh Living Shoreline Project
$10.4 million — Restoration Initiatives at the INFINITY Science Center
$4.7 million — Popp's Ferry Causeway Park
$3.8 million — Pascagoula Beach Front Promenade
MISSISSIPPI TOTAL: $68.9 million
TEXAS
$10.7 million — Galveston Island State Park Beach Development
$3.5 million — Matagorda Artificial Reef Project
$2.1 million — Freeport Artificial Reef Project
$1.8 million — Mid/Upper Texas Coast Artificial Reef Ship Reef Project1
$210,100 — Sea Rim State Park Improvements
TEXAS TOTAL: $18.4 million
GRAND TOTAL: $627 million
Note: Totals are not exact because of rounding.
Source: Department of the Interior