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Won't all those sinkholes break down larger pieces of land in time?

 Just seems to me that after time all those holes will make bigger holes and the whole coastline will slip into the Gulf. What info. do you have on what the future holds for that area?  Thank you,  
  • December 29 2011 - Spring Hill
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The only way to get a real answer is to find out what is causing the sinkholes. If they are happening because of drought it is different than if they are caused by the limestone wearing away under the earth.

If there was a water main break it could cause a sinkhole that once repaired may never return.

I would look at the US geological survey http://www.usgs.gov and see what they show. The USGS should have reasons for the sinkholes happening and what trends are likely to go on into the future.
  • December 30 2011
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