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   dcterms:title "Vision 2100: Designing the Coastal Community of the Future"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "The City of Norfolk is building a long-term strategy to address the flooding challenges due to sea level rise. Green areas are at low risk of coastal flooding and have great potential for high-density, mixed-use, and mixed-income development. Red areas are home to key economic assets that are essential to the city’s future. Brown areas are established neighborhoods that experience more frequent flooding. Purple areas are established neighborhoods at less risk of coastal flooding. (Descriptions in the legend are from the original City of Norfolk publication.) Source: City of Norfolk 2016.{{< tbib '120' '73864503-18bd-40cd-9633-26eff74130f3' >}}"^^xsd:string;
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