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Island School Reef Ball Erosion Control Project Dive Site

The Bahamas

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...tform made up of ancient limestone composed of ancient reef that has accumulated over millions of years. During the relatively recent Pleistocene Epoch (2.5 million year to 11,700 years ago), the Bahama Bank has been repeatedly exposed to cycles of water and air during the recent period of repeated glaciation. During the glacial maximums of the Pleistocene, the sea level dropped about 300 feet exposing the Bahama banks high and dry and exposed to be carved by the forces of air, rain and erosion. This eventually evolved the extensive karst (limestone) caves and sinkholes that once flooded beca...

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Name Distance

Valentine\s Dive Center

The Bahamas

35.72 km

Sandals Royal Bahamian

The Bahamas

80.55 km

Cape Eleuthera Divers

The Bahamas

86.01 km

Explorer Ventures

The Bahamas

85.21 km

Bahama Divers (1976) Limited

The Bahamas

84.77 km

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Name Distance

Rock Sound

The Bahamas

85.97 km

Nassau

The Bahamas

87.95 km

Marsh Harbour

The Bahamas

121.4 km

Calp

Spain

7370.19 km

Teulada

Spain

7374.57 km

Javea

Spain

7378.88 km

Mascara

Algeria

7440.29 km
Name Distance

CKA | Kegelman Af

United States, Cherokee

93.69 km

GFA | Malmstrom AFB

United States, Great Falls

177.5 km

OCA | Ocean Reef

United States, Ocean Reef

365.14 km

MPB | SPB

United States, Miami

356.05 km

HST | AFB

United States, Homestead

386.33 km

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