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

Meaning of Karst from wikipedia

- Karst is a topography formed from the dissolution of soluble rocks such as limestone, dolomite, and gypsum. It is characterized by underground drainage...
- Karst lakes are formed as the result of a collapse of subterranean caves, especially in water-soluble rocks such as limestone, gypsum and dolomite. This...
- depressions (karst) that dimple its southwestern provinces, and called the proposal Kilometer-square Area Radio Synthesis Telescope (KARST). Chinese astronomers...
- Phase II: Guilin Karst, Shibing Karst, Jinfoshan Karst, and Huanjiang Karst inscribed in 2014. UNESCO describes the South China Karst as "unrivalled in...
- pressure of overlying rocks. For karst caves the maximum depth is determined on the basis of the lower limit of karst forming processes, coinciding with...
- Karst usually refers to Karst topography, a landscape shaped by the dissolution of layers of soluble bedrock. Karst may also refer to the following: Karst...
- A karst spring or karstic spring is a spring (outflow of groundwater) that is part of a karst hydrological system. Because of their often conical or inverted...
- The Moravian Karst (Czech: Moravský kras) is a karst landscape and protected nature reserve to the north of Brno in the eastern part of the Czech Republic...
- traces measured the karst groundwater flow rates from 0.5 to 7 miles per day (0.8 to 11.3 km/d). The rapid groundwater flow rates make karst aquifers much more...
- depths. The whole of the Yucatán Peninsula is an unconfined flat lying karst landscape. Sinkholes, known locally as cenotes, are widespread in the northern...
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