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Geological transformation of Raivavae
Raivavae, in the Austral Archipelago, is a relatively recent high island. Its volcanic rocks have been transformed into ferralitic soils and its limestones into karstic formations by sub-aerial erosion. Traces of high marine levels dating from 125000 to 5000 years ago have been locally identified.
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