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Florida's Springs in Jeopardy
Florida hosts more large springs than any other state, but only a few remain pristine. Geologists are studying the state’s springs to help restore and preserve their health.
Thomas M. Scott

Managing the Water Above and Below
Keeping a watershed healthy means paying attention to the water on the surface and to the water underground.
Pixie A. Hamilton and Timothy L. Miller

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A view of one of the springs in the Gainer Springs complex north of Bennett, Fla. Read story. Photo supplied courtesy of Tom Scott, Florida Geological Survey.


 
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