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06/15/2022 ... [+]

As you may recall, we have been modernizing the Environmental Screening Tool (EST) and moving groups of features to the new platform as they were completed. During the conversion, we kept both sites live with some people using the new site and others on the legacy site. The conversion is complete now, and everyone should be using the new site.

The legacy site served us well for over a decade, but it's time to say good-bye! The old site has been disabled. If you haven't already, please take a moment to update your bookmarks and favorites in your browser to link to the new address at: https://www.fla-etat.org/est/secure/.

The new site works in modern browsers such as Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Safari. It does not work in Internet Explorer. You can find videos and guides for using the site on the EST under the Help menu.

Please contact us at the ETDM Help Desk if you have any questions or would like assistance with the new site. You can contact us at help@fla-etat.org. We're happy to help.


06/06/2022 ... [+]

Data layers represent the potential depth of flooding from sea level rise (SLR) based on the following NOAA 2017 scenarios for the time periods 2040, 2050, 2070, 2100:

  • Intermediate-Low represents a global mean sea level (GMSL) rise scenario of 0.5 meters.
  • Intermediate represents a global mean sea level (GMSL) rise scenario of 1.0 meters.
  • Intermediate-High represents a global mean sea level (GMSL) rise scenario of 1.5 meters.

SLR layers are from GeoPlan's Sea Level Scenario Sketch Planning Tool:
https://sls.geoplan.ufl.edu


For more information on the NOAA SLR Scenarios:

https://scenarios.globalchange.gov/sea-level-rise


GIS analysis results will be found under the Floodplains topic.

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