Rebecca Harris

Rebecca Harris

Mar 28, 2018

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  • 1. Soil Survey, Volusia County, Florida. United States Department of Agriculture, Soil Conservation Service in cooperation with the University of Florida, Institute for Food and Agricultural Science, Agriculture Experiment Stations, Soil Science Department
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    About This Project

    Coquina is a sedimentary "rock" also called shellstone. There are two large coquina structures that were built during or just after the British colony of Smyrnéa (1768-1777). Each of these sites is plagued by a lack of reliable data. Our research will use a hand held 3D scanner and pattern recognition/enhancement applications to identify the hallmarks of colonial tools/masonry to determine if various coquina materials are remnants of colonial buildings.

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