Levels of passages are a common feature of many cave systems around the world. Likewise, coastal and marine terraces are common in coastal plain settings. This paper extends the discussion of cave levels from traditional research sites in the interior lowlands of the United States to the Atlantic Coastal Plains, namely peninsular Florida. Are there levels in Florida caves, and is there a link between the elevation of cave levels, marine terraces, paleoshorelines, and thus the water table, above and below present sea level in peninsular Florida?
Climate | Fresh Water Studies | Geology | Geophysics and Seismology
Recommended Repository Citation
Florea, Lee J. and Vacher, H L.. (2006). Cave Levels, Marine Terraces, Paleoshorelines, and the Water Table in Peninsular Florida. Archives of Climate Change in Karst, 188-192.
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