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As sunny-day flooding continues to inundate large swaths of South Florida—the second-highest king tide in Miami history swept through the city this past October—and saltwater threatens the region’s water supplies, a design competition charged with addressing sea-level rise and accompanying threats is set to unveil its first real-world demonstration project.

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