Exploration Progress

Over the past year the OCDA has continued to push exploration efforts in Roubidoux Spring, Waynesville, MO. Member Chris Hill writes on the history of exploration in a recent article from the Underwater Speleology journal. Photo credit: Jennifer Idol

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Blue Spring Project

Starting in the fall of 2004 the Missouri Department of Conservation and National Park Service granted the OCDA a scientific permit to continue exploring this conduit. Since then the team has penetrated over 2000 feet and gone over 270 feet deep.

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Members

Our team consists of a group of highly skilled and professional individuals from all over the country. See their profiles here.

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Photo of the Month

August 2013 -- Heading upstream after clearing the first sump in Pine Creek.

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Education.

Interested in learning how the caves and springs of the Ozarks developed? Discover the geologic history of the area, the importance of groundwater, and more.

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Exploration.

View photos, video, and maps of various sites visited in the Ozarks by the OCDA.

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