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Cavitats litorals de gènesi marina a les Illes Balears

AuthorsVicens, Damià; Gràcia, Francesc; Balaguer, Pau ; Ginard, Antelm; Crespí, Damià; Bover, Pere
Issue Date2011
PublisherFederación Balear de Espeleología
Societat d'Història Natural de les Balears
CitationEndins 35: 227-236 (2011)
AbstractLittoral caves can be found at the erosion coasts of the Balearic Islands. The genesis of most of these caves are produced by the marine erosion and they are known as marine abrasion caves. These caves generally have small dimensions (usually no longer than 50 m), display ascending profiles and can produce blowholes, tunnels and arches. Although they have initially nothing to do with karst, several karstic or karst-related processes can act on these caves, and speleothems, karstic fillings, dissolution phenomena, etc., can be observed inside them. Also cave fauna can be found
DescriptionTambién corresponde a: Monografies de la Societat d'Història Natural de les Balears, número 17
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