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Karstenite
Karstenite Kar"sten*ite, n. Same as Anhydrite.

Meaning of Karst from wikipedia

- Karst (/kɑːrst/) is a topography formed from the dissolution of soluble carbonate rocks such as limestone, dolomite, and gypsum. It is characterized by...
- Look up Karst or karst in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. In the early days of planning of the international Square Kilometre Array (SKA) during the 1990s...
- A karst spring or karstic spring is a spring (exsurgence, outflow of groundwater) that is part of a karst hydrological system. Because of their often...
- Look up karst in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Karst usually refers to karst topography, a landscape shaped by the dissolution of layers of soluble...
- The Karst Plateau or the Karst region (Slovene: Kras, Italian: Carso), also locally called Karst, is a karst plateau region extending across the border...
- aquitards; confined versus unconfined; isotropic versus anisotropic; porous, karst, or fractured; transboundary aquifer. Groundwater from aquifers can be sustainably...
- Two different, well-cited models, the subsidence model and the antecedent karst model, have been used to explain the development of atolls. According to...
- Karst Plateau, which has given its name to all such terrains of limestone eroded by groundwater. The Dinarides are known for being composed of karst –...
- infiltration into sediment or crumbled rock. Most sinkholes are caused by karst processes – the chemical dissolution of carbonate rocks, collapse or suffosion...
- Tower karst are tall rock structures made up of soluble rock such as limestone. Tower karst forms as near-vertical joints and fractures are eroded downward...