Description of a caving expedition in Inman's Cave in Camden, led by Eric Hendri
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Description of a caving expedition in Inman's Cave in Camden, led by Eric Hendrickson, an acclaimed international caver and a science teacher at Presque Isle High School. Hendrickson says that although Maine does not have big caves, it does have unique caves unlike anywhere else in the world. Most Maine caves are talus or fissure caves, the results of detached bedrock formations created in many cases when glaciers from the Ice Age began to retreat. The article mentions the Allagash Ice Caves in Aroostook county, the ice Caves of Greenwood, and sea caves like Anemone Sea Cave in Acadia National Park.
Fox, Cory, "Description of a caving expedition in Inman's Cave in Camden, led by Eric Hendri" (2003). Maine News Index – Portland Monthly. 542.
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