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Florida's Springs

Florida's Springs Explore Florida's springs, some of the world's largest freshwater springs. Here is a well-done site that includes information about threats to these unique springs, natural and cultural history, Florida wildlife, underwater cave systems, sinkholes and karst geology. Students will enjoy
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Florida's Springs


Explore Florida's springs, some of the world's largest freshwater springs. Here is a well-done site that includes information about threats to these unique springs, natural and cultural history, Florida wildlife, underwater cave systems, sinkholes and karst geology. Students will enjoy their virtual dive to the depths of Wakulla Spring where wildlife abounds. Teachers can use this site, sponsored by the Florida Dept. of Environmental Protection, to instruct students about concepts related to watershed protection, geology, hydrology and environmental stewardship.

Florida Department of Environmental Protection

• Lesson Plans • Learning Exercises • Learning Games • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Kevin Sparkman

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