Protecting Oregon Caves (ArcNews Online)

Nature has filled Oregon Caves with many wonders to see. But visits by 48,000 people a year to the national monument, located 50 miles south of Grants Pass, Oregon, significantly impact the natural resources in the "Marble Halls of Oregon." Damage can include broken cave formations, darkened and polished rock caused by touching, and lint deposits. Cave sediments and animal bones also get disturbed.


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