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- A landform comprised of sinkholes, sinking streams, zones of infiltration, underground passageways or watercourses, and spring resurgences, usually occurring in a soluble rock such as limestone or gypsum.
- An irregular topography that may form over partially dissolved limestone or dolomite; karst is characterized by sinkholes, caves, and underground drainage.
- A terrain in which the landscape is shaped by the drainage characteristics due to the dissolving action of the underlying bedrock Over thousands of years, various surface and subsurface features are developed -- sinkholes, streams, springs, and caves to name a few.
- Topography with sinkholes, caves, and underground drainage that is formed in limestone, gypsum, or other rocks by dissolution.
- A geologic region characterized by layers of porous limestone containing sinkholes and underlain by caves and underground streams.
- A geologic formation of irregular limestone deposits with sinks, underground streams, and caverns.
- The general term for landforms which includes caves, dolines and sculptured rock surfaces Such landforms are formed in areas where solution processes, rather than mechanical erosion processes, predominate Karst is most often seen in limestone.
- A geological term for an irregular limestone region with sinks, underground streams, and caverns.
- Water-soluble limestone, dolomite, and gypsum beds in which water has dissolved underground cavities, producing fissures, sinkholes, underground streams, and caverns Florida has numerous karst formations. terrain with distinctive characteristics of relief and drainage resulting from the dissolution of soluble rocks such as limestone and dolomite.
- The occurrence of limestone as the first bedrock unit beneath the soil in which cavities form due to the solubility of limestone under certain conditions Surface characteristics include sinkholes and sinking streams. a set of landforms or a landscape formed by the solution of carbonate rocks Depressions or pits and disappearing streams are characteristic of karst areas in temperate regions; below the surface, caves and caverns are common Karst is well developed in the Valley and Ridge physiographic province of Virginia. Area of land lying over limestone and characterized by sinkholes, caves, and sinking streams.
- Landscape produced by the dissolution of limestones by by percolating ground waters and underground streams Named after the Karst region of the former Yugoslavia.
- A barren limestone region characterized by fissures, caves, and underground channels.
- A terrane, generally underlain by limestone or dolomite, in which the topography is formed chiefly by the dissolving of rock, and which may be characterized by sinkholes, sinking streams, closed depressions, subterranean drainage, and caves.
- A topography formed over limestone, dolomite, or gypsum and characterized by sinkholes, caves, and underground drainage kg: Kilogram.
- A type of topography that is formed on limestone, gypsum, and other rocks, primarily by dissolution, and that is characterized by sinkholes, caves, and underground drainage From Glossary of Geology, 4th Edition, 1997, American Geological Institute. an area of irregular limestone in which erosion has produced fissures, sinkholes, underground streams, and caverns.
- An area possessing surface topography resulting from the underground solution of subsurface limestone or dolomite.
- A type of topography that results from dissolution and collapse of carbonate rocks such as limestone and dolomite and characterized by closed depressions or sinkholes, caves, and underground drainage. a type of terrane and/or hydrologic regime that is formed by dissolution of limestone, dolomite, gypsum, and other soluble rocks It is characterized by underground drainage and conduit-fed springs, and may include sinkholes, caves, and sinking streams.
- A terrain or type of topography generally underlain by soluble rocks, such as limestone, gypsum, and dolomite, in which the topography is chiefly formed by dissolving the rock; karst is characterized by sinkholes, depressions, caves, and underground drainage.