Most small natural depressions on the southern High Plains were produced by deflation or depositional irregularities of Pleistocene sand sheets, thus bear no genetic relation to the underlying Pliocene “caprock” caliche. Other small depressions have probably been produced by animals. The number of small depressions which reflect sinks in the underlying caliche is unknown.

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