Karst in the Ozarks is about caves, springs, losing streams, and sinkholes. The educational video, accompanying curriculum, and bonus materials are now permanently available for free on: www.KarstintheOzarks.com
There are many playback options available, including subtitled versions that are captioned for the hearing impaired. The 18-minute documentary is also now on YouTube and can be enlarged to fill the screen.
Learn more about karst topography! Bonus materials include a karst singalong video, cave creatures slideshow, video graphics slideshow, and productions photos from the making of the documentary.
“Karst in the Ozarks” and accompanying curriculum was partially funded by the Environmental Protection Agency Region 7 through the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, under Section 319 of the Clean Water Act. MoDNR Subgrant G09-NPS-05 under the auspices of the Ozarks Resource Center, West Plains, Missouri.
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Definitions and maps from the video…