cavern system

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A Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology with Special Reference to Environmental Karst Hydrology. . 2002.

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  • cavern —    1. Underground opening in soluble rock similar to a cave. When used as a noun, it refers to large openings, but when used as an adjective it tends to refer to rock texture and so to small openings. However, in some countries (e.g., Russia)… …   Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

  • cavern porosity —    A pore system having large, cavernous openings. The lower size limit, for field analysis, is practically set at approximately the smallest opening that an adult person may enter …   Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

  • Speedwell Cavern — Infobox Cave name = Speedwell Cavern photo = SpeedwellCavern.jpg caption = Speedwell Cavern entrance location = Castleton, Derbyshire depth = length = coordinates = survey = survey electronic format = (which cave software is it in) discovery =… …   Wikipedia

  • The Child of the Cavern — infobox Book | name = The Child of the Cavern title orig = Les Indes noires translator = author = Jules Verne illustrator = cover artist = country = France language = French series = The Extraordinary Voyages genre = Adventure novel publisher =… …   Wikipedia

  • Underground cavern hydrogen storage — is the practice of hydrogen storage in underground caverns [ [ URLMenuBranch=19B4D941A5B182EE852571FC005510B2 . hydrogen storage cavern system] ] Large… …   Wikipedia

  • Talking Rocks Cavern — (originally called Fairy Cave) is a cavern system in Branson in the US state of Missouri. It is a privately operated tourist destination and is only a few minutes drive from the city of Branson.Guided cave tours are offered at regular intervals.… …   Wikipedia

  • Kents Cavern — is a cave system in Torquay, Devon, England. It is notable for its archaeological and geological features. The caves are a geological Site of Special Scientific Interest (since 1952) and a Scheduled Ancient Monument (since 1957), and are open to… …   Wikipedia

  • Poole's Cavern — or Poole s Hole is a 2 million year old, [] natural limestone cave south of Buxton in the Peak District, in the county of Derbyshire, England. A natural cavern, it forms part of the Wye system, and has… …   Wikipedia

  • Ireby Fell Cavern — Infobox Cave name = Ireby Fell Cavern photo = Ireby cave entrance.jpg caption = Looking north across entrance sink hole location = Leck Fell, North Yorkshire, England depth = convert|128|m|ft|0cite book title=Selected Caves of Britain and Ireland …   Wikipedia

  • Peak Cavern — entrance Location Castleton, Derbyshire Geology Limestone The Peak Cavern …   Wikipedia

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