Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Karst-Terrain-in-the-Tongass-National-Forest-27MZIF35ZBYD.htmlConceptually similarKarst Terrain in the Tongass National ForestGP0STO5H2Completed★★★★Karst Terrain in the Tongass National ForestGP0STO5GMCompleted★★★★Karst Terrain in the Tongass National ForestGP0STO5H3Completed★★★★Karst Terrain in the Tongass National ForestGP0STO5H4Completed★★★★Karst Terrain in the Tongass National ForestGP0STO5HPCompleted★★★★Cave Survey Tongass National ForestGP02GJ8Completed★★★★Cave Survey Tongass National ForestGP02GJ9Completed★★★★Cave Survey Tongass National ForestGP02GJBCompleted★★★★★★Cave Survey Tongass National ForestGP02GJ7Completed★★★★View AllGP0STO5HOKarst Terrain in the Tongass National ForestOld growth trees grow over Karst features in Basket Bay. Few places in the world have karst terrain developed to the extent that it has in southeast Alaska. Karst is topography characterized by caves, sinkholes, and underground streams. The karst ecosystem is one of the most productive ecosystems for both plant and animal communities in southeast Alaska.Locations:Alaska-Chichagof Island-Tongass National Forest-United States of AmericaDate:3 Sep, 2003Credit:© Greenpeace / Laura LombardiMaximum size:5422px X 3531pxKeywords:Beauty-Caves-Day-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-Nature-Outdoors-Streams-Temperate rainforests-TreesShoot:'Endangered Forests, Endangered Freedoms' Tour in Alaskan TongassDocumentation of old growth forest and clearcutting in the Tongass National Forest. Greenpeace sent the MV Esperanza to the Tongass on its "Endangered Forests, Endangered Freedoms" tour, investigating the threat posed by the Bush administration's large-scale logging strategies to forests across America.