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    About This Project

    Virginia is home to several underwater caves. Two of the deepest underwater caves in Virginia have not been explored completely. This project will complete the exploration and produce maps of these caves.

    The maps will be shared with the Virginia Speleological Survey to increase the knowledge of cave systems in Virginia. The maps will also be shared with landowners to show them what lies underneath their property. This information can be used to protect these caves.

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