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Choose either True or False to check your understanding.

Karst is formed through the interaction between water, carbon dioxide and carbonate bedrock.

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False

Limestone and dolomite are examples of soluble bedrock.

True
False

Carbonate bedrock underlies approximately 20% of British Columbia.

True
False

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