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3D-imaging surges in historic preservation field as fallback against losses to climate change

In coastal cities like St. Augustine, historic sites are facing modern threats - climate change and sea level rise. Now historians and preservationists are turning to technologies like 3D imaging as they look to protect those cultural resources for future generations.


Around 1,000 people were buried in Tolomato Cemetery in the 17th and 18th centuries, including Elizabeth Forrester, whose grave is thought to be the oldest marked burial in Florida.


https://news.wjct.org/post/historians-turn-3d-imaging-preserve-sites-threatened-climate-change

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