A Scientific View Of Underwater Karst Caves

February 6, 2019

Dive into history with this video from the GUE archives on the importance of groundwater studies and how karsts develop and influence groundwater flow, circa 1995. Shades of Project Baseline! Watch Trey and the WKPP team scooter through Wakulla Springs, scooping binary booty for Dr. Todd Kincaid and other researchers.  

A Scientific View Of Underwater Karst with the Woodville Karst Plain Project (WKPP)

Wakulla Springs, FL 1995—Dive into a piece of history with this video from the GUE archives on the importance of groundwater studies and how karsts develop and influence groundwater flow. Shades of Project Baseline: WKPP divers gathered the data needed by Todd Kincaid and other researchers to conduct a study.

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Research: Peter W. Huntoon, Ph.D. & Todd R. Kincaid, Ph.D. University of Wyoming – Geology and Geophysics, and The Woodville Karst Plain Project

Video by: Todd Kincaid, Ph.D

Surface Scenes Courtesy of Karst Productions.

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