Everglades National Park encompasses 1.5 million acres of grassland glades, tree islands, cypress strands, and mangrove marshes and is world renowned for natural vistas and wonders at the surface. The cave and karst resources in this park, however, are little known even though much of the park is underlain by limestone. In a recent communication to the authors, Alan Cressler (U.S. Geological Survey, written communication, 2006) described his visit to Palma Vista Cave in Everglades National Park last November that he originally explored and described over 13 years ago (Cressler, 1993).
Environmental Monitoring | Natural Resources and Conservation
Recommended Repository Citation
Florea, Lee J. and Yuellig, Amber J.. (2007). Everglades National Park – Surveying the southernmost cave in the continental United States. Inside Earth, 3-5.
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