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The first image is rendered on SVDesigner, the second image is rendered on Blender GIS and the third image is the raster file I obtained from the USGS website.

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My understanding is that DEM data needs to be prepared before being imported into Blender. This article details the process for preparing DEMs to open in Blender with BlenderGIS.

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  • Thank you so much! I will attempt to follow the instructions given in the article and let you know how it goes. Appreciate it. – HUN43RD Jan 17 at 23:21
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X and Y coords are in degrees but z in meters. One degree at equator represents 40000km / 360° = 111km and so one meter equal about 0.00001°. You need to reproject you data beforehand.

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  • Thank you very much! Yes, upon inspection that does seem to have been the problem. I am working on reprojecting the raster now. – HUN43RD Jan 19 at 11:42

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