Big Cypress National Preserve Caves

The south Florida environment is underlain by limestone. Solution holes and pinnacle rock (limestone outcropping) are a result of the natural weathering process in this ecosystem, and are numerous and widespread in the Preserve. The deepest lake in the Preserve is considered a solution hole, and the multitude of solution holes and outcroppings are considered too numerous to inventory individually. Studies of the Karst topography of the Big Cypress Swamp have been proposed, and part of this study would be extensive mapping of the system.

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