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Chemistry of the System H20CO2CaCO3
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aperture aquifer average bedding plane boundary conditions boundary layer Buhmann and Dreybrodt CaCO3 calcite dissolution calculated cave development cave passages channels chemical closed system CO2 conversion CO2 pressure concentration curves D.C. Ford deﬁned dependence deposition rates diameter diffusion boundary layer dissolution rates dissolved distance elementary reactions equation equilibrium Ewers experimental factor ﬁeld Figure ﬁndings ﬁnds ﬁrst ﬂow paths ﬂow velocity ﬂux fracture function given groundwater growth rates hydraulic gradients hydraulic head increasing inﬂuence initial input ions joints karst systems karst water karstiﬁcation laminar ﬂow limestone mass transport mmol open system output pcoz penetration lengths permeability phreatic phreatic zone Plummer porous medium precipitation rates proﬁles rate equation rate laws reaction region rock saturation shown in Fig shows solution species speleothem stalagmite sufﬁciently supersaturated temperature tubes turbulent ﬂow vadose vadose zone values water ﬂow water table zone