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Books 

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Periodicals 

Carr, R.S. and J.G. Beriault. “1984 Prehistoric Man in South Florida.” In Environments of South Florida: Present and Past II (2nd ed.), ed. P.J. Gleason, 1-14. Miami Geological Society, Coral Gables, Florida.

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Newspaper Article

Kleinberg, Eliot. “Mystery of the Briny Breezes Caves,” The Palm Beach Post, April 6, 2007B.

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