doline


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doline

[də′lēn]
(geology)
A general term for a closed depression in an area of karst topography that is formed either by solution of the surficial limestone or by collapse of underlying caves.
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With the aid of this instrument several gas exits were detected by systematic search at half buried smaller and larger rocks at various locations of the bottom and the transition to the slopes of the doline (Figs.
The edge of the doline would therefore have been to the northwest; the left-hand side of FIGURE 2.
The geology of the Wola region lends itself to the exploitation of natural barriers, being limestone karst country in which occur sinkholes, cliffs, collapsed dolines and broken rock rubble.
Contractor address : 1372 route des Dolines, BP 172
A roof collapse exposed the river bed, forming a canyon with cliffs of 50-100 m, with karstic forms (lapies, dolines and residual forms), and subterranean sections 1-3 km long (Prous 1991b).
Contractor address : 1375 route des Dolines, BP 172
Contractor address : [beaucoup moins que]le theleme[beaucoup plus grand que], 1503 route des Dolines
Contractor address : 473 route des Dolines Villantipolis, villa nA 9
Contractor address : L~Arche des Dolines, 5 rue Soutrane
Contractor address : 1240 route des Dolines, bat B2
Contract notice: Exclusive mandate to sell a property - property dolines
Contractor address : Village Entreprise, batiment B, 230 route des Dolines