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Hydrogeology and Biology of Post-Paleozoic Carbonate Aquifers: Proceedings of the Symposium, Karst Frontiers--Florida and Related Environments, March (Karst Waters Institute Special Publication)



Hydrology and Biology of post-paleozoic Carbonate Aquifers. Proceedings of the Symposium, Karst Frontiers-Florida and Related Environments, March 6 through 10, 2002, Gainesville, Florida. Karst Waters Institute Special Publication 7, Karst Waters Institute, Charles Town, pp. 99–102. Yager, J. & Schram, . 1986) Lasionectes entrichoma, new genus, new species, (Crustacea: Remipedia) from anchialine caves in the Turks and Caicos, British West Indies. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington, 99(1), 65–70. There are currently no refbacks.

00 USD (plus shipping). Recommended Citation: Jonathan B. Martin, Carol M. Wicks, and Ira D. Sasowsky (eds), 2002, Proceedings of the Symposium on Karst Frontiers: Florida and Related Environments. KWI Karst Award Dinner Saturday, March 30, 2019 in Blacksburg, Virginia. The William L. Wilson and Diane C. Wilson Scholarship in Karst Science. 2017 Friends of Karst Mini Symposium.

Karst Frontiers: Florida and Related Environments. Karst Waters Institute Special Publication 7, 2002; 129-134. Hydrogeology and Biology of Post-Paleozoic Carbonate Aquifers. Proceedings of the. Symposium on Karst Frontiers: Florida and Related Environments. Karst Waters Institute Special. Publication 7, 2002: 138-140.

Interactions of freshwater and saltwater dominate the hydrogeology and hydrochemistry of coastal karst aquifers  . In: Martin JB, Wicks CW, Sasowsky ID (eds) Hydrogeology and biology of post-Paleozoic carbonate aquifers, Special publication 7. Karst Waters Institute, Charles Town, pp 73–75Google Scholar. Upchurch SB, Strom RN, Williams MJ (1983) Preservation of dolomite in coastal peats of the ten thousand Islands area, Florida.

Understanding Zacatón: Exploration and initial Interpretation of the world’s deepest known phreatic sinkhole and related karst features, Hydrogeology and Biology of Post-Paleozoic Carbonate Aquifers, Karst Waters Institute Special Publication pp. 141-145. Fracture degradation by carbonate cement in tight-gas sandstones, Piceance Basin, Colorado. Proceedings of the 34th International Geological Congress, 5-10 August 2012. Brisbane, Australia, 2681. Weisenberger, T. Fall, . Hooker, . Eichhubl, . Laubach, . and Davis, J. 2012.

2002, Facies control on matrix permeability in the Upper Floridian Aquifer, west-central Florida: Implications to diffuse flow, in Martin, . ed. Hydrogeology and Biology of Post-Paleozoic Carbonate Aquifers: Karst Waters Institute Special Publication No. 7, p. 14-24. Hirstus, . Pranter, . and BUDD, .

Fe River Sink-Rise system, Karst Waters Institute Special Publication 7, Hydrogeology and Biology of Post-Paleozoic Carbonate Aquifers,44-48 (non-refereed). 2001: Kemerer, . and Screaton, . 2001. Permeabilities of sediments from Woodlark Basin: implications for pore pressures. In Huchon, . Taylor, . and Klaus, A. (Ed., Proc. ODP, Sci. Results, 180, 1-14. Screaton, 2001, Exchange of Matrix and Conduit Water with Examples from the Floridan Aquifer,.

proceedings of the symposium, Karst Frontiers-Florida and Related Environments, March 6 through 10, 2002, Gainesville, Florida. Author: Karst Waters Institute. Some good and interesting work was published, particularly by the U. S. Geological Survey (USGS), but in the academic community the subject languished.

Therefore, karst aquifers require special protection. Because of their specific nature, karst aquifers also require specifically adapted investigation methods. Studying karst aquifers is not only scientifically challenging, but it is also important for humanity. Bakalowicz (2005) noted that karst waters are often avoided as a resource if possible because of the perceived difficulties in exploitation and their high vulnerability. How-ever, karst waters can be developed if general rules, specific to karst, are followed.

and Mylroie, J., 2004, Studies of Cave Sediments: Physical and Chemical Records of Paleoclimate: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York, 329 p. Martin, . eds), 2002, Hydrogeology and biology of post-Paleozoic carbonate aquifers: Special Publication 7, Karst Waters Institute, Charles Town, West V. 211 p. Culver, . Deharveng, . Gibert, . and Sasowsky, .