Which of these landforms is not common in an area of karst topography
Karst is a kind of topography that is formed from the dissolution of soluble rocks (e.g. limestone, dolomite, and gypsum). It is composed by an underground drainage systems with sinkholes and caves, so a stream cannot be formed in this kind of topography.
The answer is D streams are not common in an are of karst topography.
the answer would be D. canyon