Cedar Key Flood Visualizations and Vulnerability Assessment

A free public event! On May 14 at 5:30pm in the Cedar Key Public Library, Marty Hylton, Director of the Historic Preservation Program and Envision Heritage at the University of Florida will present the results of a study to digitally document the historic district and core of the City of Cedar Key, and develop 3D visualizations of flooding and sea level rise to assess the short- and long-term vulnerability of individual buildings.

Laser scan Cedar Key

Virtual 3-D data of downtown Cedar Key from laser scanning, Envision Heritage UF.

The presentation will also highlight the engagement of Cedar Key School students, teachers, and local residents to profile the resilience of six historic buildings, also known as the Rooted in Resilience project.

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