solution pipe

solution pipe
   A subsurface, vertical, cylindrical or cone-shaped hole, formed by dissolution in soluble bedrock (e.g., limestone) and often without surface expression, that is filled with detrital material (e.g., soil) and which serves as a bypass route for internal water flow.
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Glossary of landform and geologic terms. 2013.

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