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Cerovačke caves and other karst phenomena of the Crnopac massif


Bočić, Neven
Cerovačke caves and other karst phenomena of the Crnopac massif // International interdisciplinary scientific conference Sustainability of Karst Environment Dinaric Karst and other Karst Regions - Excursion guidebook: Natural and cultural attractions of Dinaric karst of Lika and Velebit / Bočić, Neven ; Lukić, Aleksandar (ur.).
Gospić: Center for Karst, 2009. str. 12-18


Naslov
Cerovačke caves and other karst phenomena of the Crnopac massif

Autori
Bočić, Neven

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, stručni

Knjiga
International interdisciplinary scientific conference Sustainability of Karst Environment Dinaric Karst and other Karst Regions - Excursion guidebook: Natural and cultural attractions of Dinaric karst of Lika and Velebit

Urednik/ci
Bočić, Neven ; Lukić, Aleksandar

Izdavač
Center for Karst

Grad
Gospić

Godina
2009

Raspon stranica
12-18

ISBN
978-953-7333-03-4

Ključne riječi
Cerovačke caves, Dinaric karst, Crnopac, Velebit, Croatia

Sažetak
Velebit mountain ridge-massif is the longest mountain in Croatia. Its bent ridge is 145 km long and it spreads from NW to SE. Considering its morphological and structural characteristics it is usually divided into northern, central, southern and south-eastern part. Crnopac is the most northern, the highest and the most karstified part of the south-eastern Velebit. Its characteristics are numerous surface and underground karst phenomena, and the most famous are Cerovačke caves. Due to dominantly carbonate structure of this part of Velebit, waters flow subterraneously through Crnopac massif generally towards south. Crnopac area is extremely karstified and it is rich with numerous karst forms. They are especially noticeable in spacious central and north-eastern part which is built of Jelar deposits (carbonate breccia). The most prominent forms are sink-holes. Underground waters get water from sinking streams that come from karst polje in Lika and Gračac area. Cerovačke caves consist of three speleological features: Upper Cerovačka, Middle Cerovačka and Lower Cerovačka cave.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Geografija



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Projekt / tema
119-0000000-1299 - Geomorfološko kartiranje Republike Hrvatske (Nenad Buzjak, )

Ustanove
Prirodoslovno-matematički fakultet, Zagreb

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Bočić, Neven
Cerovačke caves and other karst phenomena of the Crnopac massif // International interdisciplinary scientific conference Sustainability of Karst Environment Dinaric Karst and other Karst Regions - Excursion guidebook: Natural and cultural attractions of Dinaric karst of Lika and Velebit / Bočić, Neven ; Lukić, Aleksandar (ur.).
Gospić: Center for Karst, 2009. str. 12-18
Bočić, N. (2009) Cerovačke caves and other karst phenomena of the Crnopac massif. U: Bočić, N. & Lukić, A. (ur.) International interdisciplinary scientific conference Sustainability of Karst Environment Dinaric Karst and other Karst Regions - Excursion guidebook: Natural and cultural attractions of Dinaric karst of Lika and Velebit. Gospić, Center for Karst, str. 12-18.
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