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Krasové javy horskej skupiny Galmus

In: Geografický časopis, vol. 24, no. 3
Anton Droppa
Rok, strany: 1972, 185 - 200
Jazyk: slo
Typ dokumentu: článok/journal
O článku:
The author deals with the evolution of karstic phenomena in the NE part of the Slovák Ore Mountains (Western Carpathians). This karst terrain, built of light limestones and dolomites of the Medium Trias, represents a denudated tableland planed m the Miocene. From surficial karst phenomena, there are represented joint clints, sinkholes (on the Galmus tableland 9 and at the Slovinská Skala 9) and 1 valley sink. Karst wells gush in the canyon-like valley of Poráč, founded on an oblong fault. They attain maximum outflows of 10 l/s. Among caves, that of Poráč is known up to the length of 177 m and the Hole of Homološ in 91 m length. Both of them are fracture joint fluvial caves and in them bones of the Ursus spelaelus and a neolithic settlement were found. An older phase of karsting is represented by ravines and shallow dolines on the tableland (lower Pliocene). The Pliocene-Pleistocene development is proved by sinks, clints, karstic springs and caves. The karstic territory of Galmus is a type of tableland karst with poorly developed surface forms.
Ako citovať:
ISO 690:
Droppa, A. 1972. Krasové javy horskej skupiny Galmus. In Geografický časopis, vol. 24, no.3, pp. 185-200. 0016-7193.

Droppa, A. (1972). Krasové javy horskej skupiny Galmus. Geografický časopis, 24(3), 185-200. 0016-7193.
O vydaní:
Vydavateľ: Geografický ústav SAV/Institute of Geography SAS