|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|
|Aguadilla||Aguada, Aguadilla, Anasco, Isabela, Moca, Rincon, and San Sebastian municipalities.|
|Arecibo||Arecibo, Barceloneta, Camuy, Hatillo, and Quebradillas municipalities.|
|Ceiba||Canovanas. Ceiba, Fajardo, Loiza Luquillo, and Rio Grande municipalities.|
|Guayama||Arroyo, Coamo, Guayama, Patillas, Salinas, and Santa Isabel municipalities.|
|Humacao||Humacao, Juncos, Las Piedras, Maunabo, Naguabo, San Lorenzo, and Yabucoa municipalities.|
|Mayaguez||Cabo Rojo, Hormigueros, Lajas, Las Marias, Maricao, Mayaguez, Sabana Grande, and San German municipalities.|
|Ponce||Adjuntas, Guanica, Guayanilla, Juana Diaz, Penuelas, Ponce, Villalba, and Yauco municipalities.|
|San Juan||Bayamon, Carolina, Catano, Guaynabo, San Juan, and Toa Baja municipalities.|
|Vega Baja||Dorado, Florida, Manati, Toa Alta, Vega Alta, and Vega Baja municipalities.|
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