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Hypogene Karst Regions and Caves of the World

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Nobécourt J-C. Forti P. Onac P. Vigna B. Gràcia F. Czech Republic 21 Kempe S. Calaforra JM. Gaal L Hypogene caves in Slovakia 20 Suchý V. Zachariáš J. Hypogene imprints in coastal karst caves from Mallorca Island Merino A. geological and geochemical background 22 Gradziński M. Tóth A Fluid flow systems and hypogene karst of the Transdanubian Range. Vattano M. Plan L. Hypogene gypsum caves in Piedmont (N-Italy) De Waele J 14 Lazaridis G Hypogene speleogenesis in Greece 15 Temovski M Hypogene karst In Macedonia 16 Onac B. Sánchez J 5 Ginés J. Bigot J-Y. Hungary — with special emphasis on Buda Thermal Karst 18 Leél-Őssy S Caves of the Buda Thermal Karst 19 Bella P. Bauer I. Galli E. Fornós J. Spain) Llamusí JL. Harrison T Hypogenic caves In The United Kingdom 3 Audra P Hypogene caves in France 4 Gázquez F. The coastal sulfuric acid cave system of Santa Cesarea Terme Parise M. Ginés A (western Mediterranean): morphological features and speleogenetic approach 6 Spötl C. Machovič V. Table of Contents Preface 1 Klimchouk A Types and settings of hypogene karst Part I: Europe 2 Farrant AR. Evidence for regional hypogene speleogenesis in Murcia (SE Rodríguez-Estrella T. Gázquez F. Dublyansky Y Hypogene karst in Austria 7 Galdenzi S. Erőss A. Drăgușin V Hypogene caves of Romania 17 Mádl-Szőnyi J. Hypogene features in sandstones: an example from Filip J. Inactive hydrothermal hypogenic karst in SW Sardinia (Italy) Naseddu A 12 Vattano M. Glaser S Hypogene caves in Germany. Madonia G. Fiorucci A. Jones DS The Frasassi caves: a “classical” active hypogenic cave 9 D’Angeli IM. De Waele J 13 Banzato C. Sýkorová I. Tyc A Hypogene speleogenesis in karst of Poland – regional review . Menichetti M Hypogenic caves in the Apennine Mountains (Italy) 8 Galdenzi S. De Waele J (southern Italy) 10 Galdenzi S The thermal hypogenic caves of Acquasanta Terme (central Italy) 11 De Waele J. Lapčák L Carboniferous basins of central-western Bohemia. D’Angeli IM. Ros A. Audra Update on the Hypogenic caves of Sicily P.

the Crimea Tymokhina E. Hypogene speleogenesis in the Crimean Piedmont. northern Canada . Burger P. Hill CA.23 Klimchouk A. Amelichev G. Özyurt NN. Klenke J. Güner İN. Dublyansky Y. Andreychouk V Gypsum karst in the south-west outskirts of the Eastern- European platform (Western Ukraine): a type region of artesian transverse speleogenesis 24 Andreychouk V. Turkey 28 Frumkin A. Russia Part II: The Middle East and Central Asia 27 Bayarı CS. McMillan B Geology of quartz-lined hypogene caves of southeastern Arizona 34 Polyak V. Boston P 32 Stafford K Hypogene evaporite karst of the Greater Delaware Basin 33 Davis N. Hevesi A Part III: North America 31 DuChene H. Decker D. (Kirghizstan) Szekely K. Pekkan E Anatolia. Langford B. Colorado 37 Palmer M. Asmerom Y. Hypogene speleogenesis in the Guadalupe Mountains. Spötl C Condensation corrosion speleogenesis in the Amargosa desert and the Tecopa Basin 36 Maslyn M. Luiszer F Hypogene caves and karst of the Southern Rocky Mts. DuChene H. epigenic aspects of the Black Hills caves. Geodynamic control of hypogene karst development in Central Avcı P. Porat R The Judean Desert . Arizona 35 Dublyansky Y. USA C. Polyak V. Maksimovich The role of hypogene speleogenesis in the formation of the NG Ordinskaya cave. fore-Urals. Palmer M.the major hypogene cave region of the southern Levant 29 Vardanjani HK. Palmer A.. Hypogene karst in the Tyuya-Muyun and the Kara-Tash massifs Bolner K. Törk AK. Wyoming 38 Palmer A Hypogenic vs. South Dakota 39 Broughton PL Hypogene karst collapse of the Devonian Prairie Evaporite Basin in Western Canada 40 Broughton PL Orogeny and hydrothermal karst: stratabound Pb-Zn sulphide deposition at Pine Point. A conceptual model for hypogene speleogenesis in Grand Decker DD Canyon. Hromas J. Spilde M. Palmer A. Kirkland DW. Klimchouk A Zoloushкa Cave (Ukraine-Moldova) – a prime example of hypogene artesian speleogenesis in gypsum 25 Klimchouk A. Peninsula 26 Kadebskaya OI. Davis D Hypogene caves of Bighorn Basin. Bahadorinia S. Mikhailov V. New Queen M. Hill Mexico and Texas. An Introduction to Hypogene Karst Regions and Caves of Iran Ford D 30 Dublyansky Y.

Polyak V. Tabasco. and Australia 55 Auler AS Hypogene caves and karst of South America 56 Auler AS. Bezerra Origin and evolution of Toca da Boa Vista and Toca da Barriguda FHR. Souza TAR Hypogene speleogenesis in the Vazante Group. Gary M Hypogene processes in the Balcones Fault Zone segment of the Edwards Aquifer of south-central Texas 42 Blackwood KW. Brazil 58 Audra P Hypogene caves in North Africa (Morocco. Brahana V. Polk J Hypogene Karst Influences in the Upper Floridan Aquifer 51 Mylroie J. USA 46 Doctor D. and Egypt) 59 Martini J Hypogene karst in Southern Africa 60 Stratford D A review of the geomorphological context and stratigraphy of the Sterkfontein Caves. Development and distribution of hypogenic caves and paleokarst features in the Arbuckle Mountains of South Central Oklahoma 43 Tennyson R. Hypogene speleogenesis in the Southern Ozark Uplands. Decker D 44 Olson RA Sulfides in the Mammoth Cave Area. Mexico Part IV: South America. Klimchouk A. Rosales-Lagarde L Hypogene speleogenesis of Cueva de Villa Luz and area. Taylor P. Cazarin KL. Tunisia. 41 Schindel G. Terry J. mid- Potra A. Algeria. Asmerom continental United States Y. Terrell L Hypogene karst springs along northern border of Appalachian Plateaus 48 Ford DC Carbonate-hosted massive sulfide deposits and hypogene speleogenesis: A case study from Nanisivik zinc/lead mine. Ennes Silva R. South Africa 61 Osborne RAL Hypogene caves of the Tasmanic karsts of eastern mainland Australia View publication stats . Tamaulipas. Canada 49 Upchurch SB Hypogene speleogenesis on the Florida platform 50 Gulley J. Mexico 54 Hose L. Orndorff W Hypogene caves of the central Appalachian Shenandoah Valley in Virginia 47 Palmer A. Africa. Minas Gerais. Baffin Island. Mylroie J Bahamian flank margin caves as hypogene Caves 52 Gary M Sistema Zacatón: volcanically controlled hypogenic karst. Libya. Chihuahua. cave system in northeastern Brazil Balsamo F 57 Auler A. Mexico 53 Forti P The Naica Caves. Pollock E. Covington M. Kentucky 45 Florea L Sulfur-based speleogenesis in the Cumberland Plateau.