|Range of values|
|Range of values|
|base||flood masks reflecting current conditions|
|structural_25||flood masks with the placement of a 1 m-high solid structure with corals planted on top, over a distance of 25 m in the cross-shore direction|
|structural_05||flood masks with the placement of a 1 m-high solid structure with corals planted on top, over a distance of 5 m in the cross-shore direction|
|ecological_25||flood masks with solely planting new corals over a distance of 25 m in the cross-shore direction|
|LowerKeys||Consisting of the following islands or Keys: Bahia Honda Key, Big Coppitt, Big Pine Key, Big Torch Key, Boca Chica Key, Cudjoe Key, East Rockland Key, Fleming Key, Geiger Key, Key West, Knockemdown Key, Little Duck Key, Little Torch Key, Lower Sugarloaf Key, Middle Torch Key, Missouri Key, Money Key, No Name Key, Ohio Key, Park Key, Pigeon Key, Racoon Key, Ramrod Key, Rockland Key, Saddlebuch Key, Scout Key, Shark Key, Sisgbee Park, Spanish Harbor, Stock Island, Sugarloaf Key, Summerland Key, Sunset Key, Sunshine Key, and Wisteria Island|
|MiddleKeys||Consisting of the following islands or Keys: Boot Key, Craig Key, Crawl Key, Conch Key, Duck Key, Fat Deer Key, Fiesta Key, Grassy Key, Key Colony Beach, Key Vaca, Knights Key, Long Key, Long Point Key, and Pigeon Key|
|PalmBeach||Palm Beach County|
|UpperKeys||Consisting of the following islands or Keys: Islamorada, Key Largo, Lignumvitae Key, Lower Matecumbe Key, Plantation Key, Windle Key, Tavernier, Tea Table Key, and Upper Matecumbe Key|
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|Data format:||This zip file contains eight flood extent polygon shapefiles for the State of Florida, along with CSDGM FGDC-compliant metadata. in format shapefile (version ArcGIS 10.7) Esri polygon shapefile Size: 25.8|
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