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  • 2 Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation - Hydrologic Modeling and Design in Karst) Karst loss is a term given to surface runoff loss into bedrock strata in areas underlain by limestone formations.
  • In other cases, karst infiltration areas may be difficult to identify since definitive karst features are not always obvious.
  • Karst topography includes features such as sinkholes, surface depressions, and caves.
  • When addressing stormwater management issues, the complexities of a karst system demand a more rigorous scrutiny than other geologic settings.
  • As previously noted in Chapter 3, watershed-wide stormwater planning that considers and incorporates the existing karst drainage...
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