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Karstification

Karstification

The dissolution of limestone results in the development of karst formations.

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Water draining into the cracks of limestone where it has a dissolving effect causes a distinctive transformation of the surface called karstification., limestone, dolostone, various salt rocks, Triassic period, Era: Mesozoic, Beginning: 251 million years ago, End: 200 million years ago, Cavern, a naturally formed underground space in the Earth's crust at least 2m in size with a passable corridor

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