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karst landscapes

surface features

name three surface features limestone pavement swallow holes and dry valleys
what is limestone pavement and give an example of where it can be found an area of flat exposed blocks of limestone which are separated by deep intersecting joints. it can be found in the burren Co.Clare
what is the most important process in the formation of limestone pavement? Carbonation
what is a swallow hole? a narrow funnel-shaped hole into which a river flows and disappears.
Give an example of a swallow hole poll na gcolm
what is a dry valley a valley cut by water erosion but containing no permanent surface stream, typically one occurring in an area of porous rock such as limestone
where can dry valleys be found ? there are many examples of chalk dry valleys along the North and South Downs in southern England.
what is a water table? the level below ground which the ground is saturated with water
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