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This study investigates the spatial distribution characteristics of karstic depressions that developed on a 2558 km 2 plateau with gently sloping in neritic (reef) limestones in the western section of the Bolkar Mountains. The 30,132 karstic depressions identified are located at elevations between 1315 and 2525 m, while 31°/km 2 slope and 5.6 km/km 2 drainage density are limited to the spatial distribution of depressions. In the central section of the study area at the anticlinal surface,doi:10.3906/yer-1702-3 fatcat:lkrsr6jwcvhbrjvazay6pu4xhu