Sinkholes

Sinkholes are a natural and common geologic feature in areas underlain by rock types that are soluble in natural water. In Florida, the most common of these soluble rock types are limestone and dolomite. The term sinkhole is used for closed depressions in the land surface that are formed by surficial solution or by subsidence or collapse of surficial materials owing to the solution of near-surface limestone or other soluble rocks. Learn More...

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Headquartered in Gainesville Florida, Geohazards, Inc. is a full-service professional engineering sciences firm specializing in geological, geophysical, structural, environmental, hydrogeological, and forensic sciences evaluations. We offer authoritative assessments of potential sinkholes, shrink/swell clays, flooding and other geological hazards affecting construction sites, commercial and residential structures, public works projects and land-use decisions. Geohazards is a Licensed Professional Geology and Engineering Business. Learn More...

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