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 Karst Topography   Irregular topography characterized by sink holes, streamless valleys, and streams that disappear underground - all developed by action of surface and underground water in soluble rock such as limestone. 
 Kaolinic   Of, relating to, or resembling kaolin.  
 Kinematic Viscosity   Ratio of absolute viscosity to mass density. Measured in square meters per second. 
 Kaolinization   Replacement or alteration of minerals, esp. feldspars and micas, to form kaolin as a result of weathering or hydrothermal alteration.  
 Kaolinite-serpentine   The mineral group amesite, antigorite, berthierine, brindleyite, clinochrysotile, cronstedite, dickite, endellite, fraiponite, greenalite, halloysite, kaolinite, kellyite, lizardite, manandonite, nacrite, nepouite, orthochrysotile, parachrysotile, and pecoraite. 
 Kanawhan   Upper Lower Pennsylvanian. 
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