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Abstract

There are four generalized zones of dissolution in the Trenton-Black River formations in central southern Michigan, which are interpreted as caves formed during karstification. These caves are recognized as lost circulation zones during drilling. The Trenton-Black River caves are compared and contrasted with the Mammoth Cave System of Kentucky.

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