The lapiaz of Peña Cabarga (Cantabria). Genesis and signifiance of an original form
AbstractGaudy cone and pinnacle karsts have been exhumed in many points of Northern Spain by open pit mining activities. Usually considered, without a real basis, as a "tropical climate" inheritance, these forms must be explained as result of iron and lead sulphides alteration in an environment with a conjunction of favourable conditions to karst processes in present-day.
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García Codrón JC. The lapiaz of Peña Cabarga (Cantabria). Genesis and signifiance of an original form. CIG [Internet]. 2013 May 23 [cited 2023 May 30];15:17-28. Available from: https://publicaciones.unirioja.es/ojs/index.php/cig/article/view/972
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