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PATTERNS AND TOURIST ACTIVITIES INDUCED BY THE UNDERGROUND RIVERS AND LAKES IN THE ARIE BASIN UPSTREAM OF BURU

Keywords: karst aquifers , recreational and pleasure tourism , cave river trekking , multipurpose tourism

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Patterns and tourist activities induced by the underground rivers and lakes in the Arie basin upstream of Buru – The presence of carbonate deposits in the Arie basin, upstream of Buru induced certain organization of groundwater resources. Depending on local genetic factors – geological, climatic, biotic, temporal, etc – the extension and characteristics of karst aquifers engenders exploitable hydro units in terms of tourism: underground rivers and lakes. Identification and analysis of morphometrical, morphological, quantitative, qualitative, dynamic and biotic characteristics have provided the approach to ranking the hydro entities. Forms and tourism activities are subsumed to the established typological categories: recreational and pleasure tourism and multipurpose tourism.

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