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Karst occurs in rock dominated by gypsum, limestone or salt — which can dissolve, leaving underground streams and cavities. Classically, sinkholes occur in locations where water, unable to flow laterally, percolates through soluble rock, creating caverns and cavities.
NASA/JPL-Caltech/STSc I/CXC/SAO Oceanic sediment contains an iron isotope that ancient bacteria accumulated 2.2 million years ago when debris rained on Earth from a supernova explosion.
Shown are the remnants of a much younger supernova remnant, Cassiopeia A, shown in a composite image from three NASA observatories.
Above mines and underground streams In organic soils that shrink when they decompose After routine activities like pumping groundwater up for drinking and irrigation, which removes water from an aquifer and reduces the volume of sand and gravel, causing subsidence In cold winters in the strawberry fields east of Tampa, Fla., farmers pump groundwater so they can spray their crops to prevent freezing.
“In 2010, this opened about 140 sinkholes,” says Mark Stewart, professor of geology at the University of South Florida.