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buried topography

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  • buried karst —    Karst topography entirely buried by relatively younger post rock or sediments and not part of the contemporary landscape [17].    Synonyms: fossil karst; (French.) karst couvert, karst fossile, paleokarst; ( German.) bedeckter Karst, Urkarst;… …   Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

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