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A sinkhole, also known as a sink, sink-hole, shakehole, swallet, swallow hole, or
doline (the different terms for sinkholes are often used interchangeably), is a ...
The sinkhole looks like a twenty foot drop off the side of a steep cliff.
Sinkholes are much more than holes in the ground. Learn how sinkholes can
cause the Earth to swallow up you, your home and your car.
Some of the most famous sinkholes are seemingly endless pits that swallow trees
, cars and buildings. Here are some of the world's most fascinating sinkholes.
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(from Bates and Jackson, Dictionary of Geological terms.) Sinkholes are a natural
component of Flori- da's landscape. In the simplest sense, sink- holes are ...
Sinkholes are part of the slow, natural process of erosion in Florida's limestone
terrain that occur over thousands of years. These common geologic phenomena
Bush was a victim of a sinkhole—a worldwide hazard that lurks wherever
limestone and other water-soluble rocks underpin the soil. When carbon dioxide
Jul 17, 2014 ... Picture of a sinkhole in Florida. Sinkholes are common where the rock below the
land surface is limestone, carbonate rock, salt beds, or rocks ...
Mar 12, 2015 ... A collapsed salt dome near Bayou Corne, Louisiana has created a 24-acre
sinkhole that forced the evacuation of the entire town.
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