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Southern Indiana is indeed rich in the features of karst. The lime-stone belt of the St.Louis-St. Genevieve formations, extending in a general north-south direction in the middle southern part of the state, contains splendid examples of subsurface drainage in all stages of development. In the past few years there have appeared several articles on karst in the Proceedings of this Academy. The bulk of this work has been contributed by Dr. C.A. Malott of Indiana University or by students of his. It was at the suggestion of Dr. Malott that this author began his study of the problem herein presented. The writer here wishes to acknowledge his indebtedness to Dr. Malott for his kindly help and suggestions.
Karst Windows, Vol. 44 (1934).
Karst, Limestone, Indiana, Subsurface Drainage
Karst; Limestone; Indiana; Subsurface Drainage
Osinski, Wm. Von, "Karst Windows" (1934). KIP Articles. 3132.