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    Friday, September 22, 2006


    Within Her Secret Depths, Nature Carves and Sculpts

    What is Karst?Karst is best described as a region characterized by sinkholes, underground streams, and caverns. These underground conduits are typically formed by acidic rain water dissolving certain types of soluble bedrock over thousands to millions of years. Karst areas are typically devoid of surface water as all the water is diverted through underground channels. The main theme in karst regions is underground drainage.

    Karst Almighty: photos around world

    Australian Coastal Cave

    DEPOSITS IN LU DI (REED FLUTE) CAVE, GUILIN, GUANGXI, CHINA photos of Karst terrain and formations: TowerKarst -

    Stone Forest (Shilin)


    Marvelous slide show of caverns. Indian Echo Cavern, Hummelstown,Pa.;Wyandette Caverns, Leavenworth, In.; Caverns of Sonora, Sonora, Texas.

    Click on "gallery" in header to access photos. Click on small photos to view enlargements. Click on arrows to advance to next set of photos.

    2. Mae U-su Cave, Mae Moei National Park, Tak Province
    (426 km north of Bangkok)
    Mae U-su Cave, the most beautiful cavern of the west of Thailand, is a masterpiece of streams whose everlasting blow has eroded the gigantic limestone and turned it into an enormous cave. Magnificent are the stalagmites and stalactites sculptured by nature. Underneath the cave, you will find to your astonishment that there are both warm and cool streams running through it.


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