Karst without Boundaries

Zoran Stevanovic
Neven Kresic
Neno Kukric

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Karstified rocks of different lithology cover more than 10% of the continental surface of our planet. It is known that some 20% or even a few percent more of the global population largely depends on karstic groundwater but in many karst areas all over the world there are limited natural resources including absence of drinking waters.