Perspectives on Karst Geomorphology, Hydrology, and Geochemistry: A Tribute Volume to Derek C. Ford and William B. White

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Russell S. Harmon, Carol M. Wicks, Derek C. Ford, William Blaine White
Geological Society of America, Jan 1, 2006 - Science - 366 pages
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Contents

A review of North American contributions during the past half century
1
Importance of regional study site conditions in elaborating concepts and approaches in karst science
15
Identification and analysis of early flow paths in branchwork caves in West Virginia USA
23
The role of sandstone in the development of an Ozark karst system southcentral Missouri
31
Five million years of Appalachian landscape evolution preserved in cave sediments
39
Speleogenesis of the Mount Elgon elephant caves Kenya
51
Karst evolution of the Nullarbor Plain Australia
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Volcanogenic karstification of Sistema Zacatón Mexico
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Application of carbonate cyclostratigraphy and borehole geophysics to delineate porosity and preferential flow in the karst limestone of the Biscayne ...
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fluctuations Implications for fluid exchange and matrix transmissivity in the Floridan aquifer
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Nonmechanical dewatering of the regional Floridan aquifer system
219
Karst aquifers and the role of assumptions and authority in science
235
Digital modeling ofkarst aquifersSuccesses failures and promises
243
Geochemical indicators of groundwater recharge in the surficial aquifer system Everglades National Park Florida USA
251
Comparative storm response of contaminants in a carbonate aquifer Fort Campbell KentuckyTennessee
267
CO 2 outgassing in a combined fracture and conduit karst aquifer near Lititz Spring Pennsylvania
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Caves Branch Belize
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Cave development on the Caribbean coast of the Yucatan Peninsula Quintana Roo Mexico
105
The interaction of tectonics glacioeustasy andfreshwaterseawater mixing in island carbonates
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Waterquality characteristics and contaminants in the rural karstdominated Spring Mill Lake watershed southern Indiana
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Conductivity and sediment variation during storms as evidence of pathways to karst springs
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Estimating aquiferscale porosity and the REV for karst limestones using GISbased spatial analysis
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Speleothems and water geochemistry
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Diagenetic process in a semiclosed system
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Biologically influenced carbonate speleothems
307
Speleothem paleoluminescenceThe past twenty years
319
Anewly appreciated geologically driven system on Earth and potential model for Mars
331
Index
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