In Cuba, we observed many karst features in a variety of hydrogeologic settings. These hy-drogeologic settings occur in close proximity only because of the complex tectonic history of the is-land. We observed caves within rocks ranging from Pleistocene to Jurassic, and representing a range of diagenetic ages from eogenetic to teloge-netic. Our observations are from the western one-third of the island of Cuba; however, we believe they are representative of hydrogeologic settings found throughout the island.
Environmental Monitoring | Geology | Natural Resources and Conservation
Recommended Repository Citation
Seale, Larry D.; Soto, Limaris R.; Florea, Lee J.; and Fratesi, Beth. (2004). Karst of Western Cuba: Observations, Geomorphology, and Diagenesis. 12th Symposium on the Geology of the Bahamas and other Carbonate Terrains.
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