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English: Surface water-Groundwater (SW-GW) interaction , August 2002. Entire flow of Alapaha River near Jennings going into sinkhole to Floridan Aquifer.
Sinkholes are one of a variety of properties of Karst topographies and carstic underground water systems that develope world wide in water soluble (chemically soluble) rocks (in Florida: carbonate rocks).
Source USGS Surface Water Photo Gallery[1], item 14 01.
Author Stewart Tomlinson, Florida


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