Hypogene Karst Regions and Caves of the World

Voorkant
Alexander Klimchouk, Arthur N. Palmer, Jo De Waele, Augusto S. Auler, Philippe Audra
Springer, 17 aug. 2017 - 911 pagina's
This book illustrates the diversity of hypogene speleogenetic processes and void-conduit patterns depending on variations of the geological environments by presenting regional and cave-specific case studies. The cases include both well-known and newly recognized hypogene karst regions and caves of the world. They all focus on geological, hydrogeological, geodynamical and evolutionary contexts of hypogene speleogenesis.
The last decade has witnessed the boost in recognition of the possibility, global occurrence, and practical importance of hypogene karstification (speleogenesis), i.e. the development of solutional porosity and permeability by upwelling flow, independent of recharge from the overlying or immediately adjacent surface. Hypogene karst has been identified and documented in many regions where it was previously overlooked or misinterpreted. The book enriches the basis for generalization and categorization of hypogene karst and thus improves our ability to adequately model hypogene karstification and predict related porosity and permeability. It is a book which benefits every researcher, student, and practitioner dealing with karst.
 

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1 Types and Settings of Hypogene Karst
1
Europe
40
2 Hypogenic Caves in the UK
41
3 Hypogene Caves in France
61
4 Evidence for Regional Hypogene Speleogenesis in Murcia SE Spain
85
Morphological Features and Speleogenetic Approach
98
6 Hypogene Karst in Austria
113
7 Hypogenic Caves in the Apennine Mountains Italy
127
31 Hypogene Speleogenesis in the Guadalupe Mountains New Mexico and Texas USA
511
32 Hypogene Evaporite Karst of the Greater Delaware Basin
531
33 Geology of QuartzLined Hypogene Caves of Southeastern Arizona
543
34 A Conceptual Model for Hypogene Speleogenesis in Grand Canyon Arizona
555
35 Condensation Corrosion Speleogenesis in the Amargosa Desert and the Tecopa Basin
565
36 Structural Settings and Hypogenic Flow Paths for Three Colorado Caves
574
37 Sulfuric Acid Caves of the Bighorn Basin Wyoming
591
38 Hypogenic Versus Epigenic Aspects of the Black Hills Caves South Dakota
601

A Classical Active Hypogenic Cave
143
9 The Coastal Sulfuric Acid Cave System of Santa Cesarea Terme Southern Italy
161
10 The Thermal Hypogenic Caves of Acquasanta Terme Central Italy
169
11 Inactive Hydrothermal Hypogenic Karst in SW Sardinia Italy
183
12 An Overview of the Hypogene Caves of Sicily
198
13 Hypogene Gypsum Caves in Piedmont NItaly
211
14 Hypogene Speleogenesis in Greece
225
15 Hypogene Karst in Macedonia
240
16 Hypogene Caves of Romania
257
17 Fluid Flow Systems and Hypogene Karst of the Transdanubian Range HungaryWith Special Emphasis on Buda Thermal Karst
267
18 Caves of the Buda Thermal Karst
279
19 Hypogene Caves in Slovakia
298
An Example from Carboniferous Basins of Central and Western Bohemia Czech Republic
313
21 Hypogene Caves in Germany Geological and Geochemical Background
329
22 Hypogene Speleogenesis in the Karst of PolandRegional Review
348
A Type Region of Artesian Transverse Speleogenesis
363
24 Zoloushka Cave UkraineMoldovaA Prime Example of Hypogene Artesian Speleogenesis in Gypsum
387
25 Hypogene Speleogenesis in the Crimean Piedmont the Crimea Peninsula
407
26 The Role of Hypogene Speleogenesis in the Formation of the Ordinskaya Cave ForeUrals Russia
431
The Middle East and Central Asia
447
27 Geodynamic Control of Hypogene Karst Development in Central Anatolia Turkey
448
28 The Judean DesertThe Major Hypogene Cave Region of the Southern Levant
463
29 An Introduction to Hypogene Karst Regions and Caves of Iran
479
30 Hypogene Karst in the TyuyaMuyun and the KaraTash Massifs Kyrgyzstan
495
North America
508
39 Hypogene Karst Collapse of the Devonian Prairie Evaporite Basin in Western Canada
616
Stratabound PbZn Sulphide Deposition at Pine Point Northern Canada
633
41 Hypogene Processes in the Balcones Fault Zone Segment of the Edwards Aquifer of SouthCentral Texas
647
42 Hypogenic Caves and Paleokarst of the Arbuckle Mountains Oklahoma
653
43 Hypogene Speleogenesis in the Southern Ozark Uplands MidContinental United States
662
44 Sulfides in the Mammoth Cave Area Kentucky
677
45 SulfurBased Speleogenesis in the Cumberland Plateau USA
683
46 Hypogene Caves of the Central Appalachian Shenandoah Valley in Virginia
691
47 Hypogene Karst Springs Along the Northeastern Border of the Appalachian Plateau New York State
709
A Case Study from Nanisivik ZincLead Mine Baffin Island Canada
720
49 Hypogene Speleogenesis on the Florida Platform
735
50 Hypogene Karst Influences in the Upper Floridan Aquifer
745
51 Bahamian Flank Margin Caves as Hypogene Caves
757
Volcanically Controlled Hypogenic Karst Tamaulipas Mexico
769
53 The Naica Caves Chihuahua Mexico
783
54 SulfurRich Caves of Southern Tabasco Mexico
803
South America Africa and Australia
815
55 Hypogene Caves and Karst of South America
816
56 Origin and Evolution of Toca da Boa Vista and Toca da Barriguda Cave System in Northeastern Brazil
827
57 Hypogene Speleogenesis in the Vazante Group Minas Gerais Brazil
841
58 Hypogene Caves in North Africa Morocco Algeria Tunisia Libya and Egypt
853
59 Hypogene Karst in Southern Africa
865
60 A Review of the Geomorphological Context and Stratigraphy of the Sterkfontein Caves South Africa
879
61 Hypogene Caves of the Tasmanic Karsts of Eastern Mainland Australia
893
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