Enguera
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Enguera


Enguera is a hilly district set in a mountainous region and cut up by ravines that may be more than 100 m (350 ft) deep.


Geologically, most of its rock formations are sedimentary. There are only rare outcrops of metamorphous or volcanic material.


The principal sedimentary materials are carbonated rocks like limestone, dolomite and calcareous shale. Amongst the secondary rocks there is an abundance of detritics like clays, silts, sands and gravels. Evaporites like gypsum and salts represent a very small proportion.


In the Caroig massif, the limestone that constitutes it favours the formation of underground aquifers, and these are very important for agriculture.

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