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Ichetucknee Springs is an illustration of a large artesian spring group and of the geologic history of the Floridian aquifer from which Florida's great springs emanate. Located within Ichetucknee Springs State Park, the site contains abandoned relict channels ancestral to the present underground solution channels. The artesian outflow aggregates 250 to 470 cubic feet per second, making it the third largest spring group in Florida.
Year designated: 1971
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Last Updated: June 28, 2012