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Sinkholes - Florida Department of Environmental Protection


In Florida sinkholes form in carbonate bedrock, principally limestone and dolostone. Naturally acidic rainwater enters the soil and percolates downward.

Sinkhole Maps of Florida Counties


Record 1 - 25 of 52 ... Outline maps of Florida's counties, displaying sinkholes of varying sizes. Some counties contain no sinkholes, and therefore do not have a ...

Florida Sinkhole Locations | Earth Tech


Enter your address and find mapping of recent sinkhole locations within a half mile to 8 miles of your home.

Massive Sinkhole Opens In Florida Releasing Millions Of Gallons Of ...


Sep 16, 2016 ... A massive sinkhole has opened up underneath a retention pond at a Mosaic fertilizer plant in Mulberry, Florida allowing 215mm gallons of ...

Sinkholes and Homeowners Insurance in Florida – Moving to Florida


Florida has more sinkholes than any other U.S. state and you need seperate insurance to be covered. Learn more here.

Florida sinkhole that swallowed a man has reopened - CNN.com


Aug 20, 2015 ... A massive sinkhole in Florida, which had been filled in, has opened up again -- bringing back nightmarish memories of when it swallowed a ...

Why Are There So Many Sinkholes in Florida? - The Atlantic


Aug 22, 2014 ... Yes, Florida has more sinkholes than any other state in the nation, according to the local agency that oversees insurance regulations and ...

Two Massive Sinkholes Open Up On Florida's Turnpike In Miami ...


Aug 29, 2016 ... Two massive sinkholes on the Florida turnpike, caused by a broken water line, snarled ... A giant 'sinkhole' shuts down a turnpike in Miami.

Fertilizer plant leak leads to massive sinkhole in Florida - CBS News


Sep 16, 2016 ... TAMPA, Fla. More than 200 million gallons of contaminated waste water from a fertilizer plant in central Florida leaked into one of the state's ...

Florida sinkhole causes huge waste water leak into aquifer - BBC ...


Sep 17, 2016 ... About 980 million litres of contaminated water have leaked into Florida's main underground source of drinking water, officials say.