In Florida’s panhandle, site of Wakulla Springs’ mysterious waters, Wild Chronicles host Boyd Matson puts his life on the line. Boyd dives into this underwater labyrinth of caves, a Swiss cheese of tunnels and flowing springs, where it’s all too easy to get lost. Join Boyd and the team attempting to generate the world’s first digital, three-dimensional map of an underwater cave system.
Cave diving is sometimes called the "world's most dangerous sport." How many divers have died in Florida's underwater labyrinth?
How much does Boyd's gear weigh?
How do Mark and Jill, the cave divers, collect data for the 3D map?
Term Part of Speech Definition Encyclopedic Entry cave Noun
underground chamber that opens to the surface. Cave entrances can be on land or in water.
having to do with numbers (or digits), often in a format used by computers.
to create or begin.
symbolic representation of selected characteristics of a place, usually drawn on a flat surface.
Encyclopedic Entry: map spring Noun
small flow of water flowing naturally from an underground water source.
having the appearance of width, height, and depth.