Karst is an area of land underlain by limestone that is honeycombed with sinkholes, underground streams, and caves.

Limestone, a soluble rock, easily develops cracks, or joints. As rainwater seeps through the cracks, it slowly dissolves the limestone. Gradually, underground streams and caves form in the rock, and sinkholes develop at the surface.

The processes that form karst topography occur underground. In areas where weathering and erosion have worn away the land above, the limestone ridges, caves, and sinkholes that are characteristic of a karst region are visible.

Even where rain is plentiful, some karst looks dry and barren. In these areas, rainwater seeps through a thin layer of soil into the limestone and disappears.

The word "karst" comes from the Karst region of the former Yugoslavia, which is rugged and lined with caves.


    -- "Karst", Exploring Your World, National Geographic Society



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    The logos below here I'm not too keen on...







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