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by W.B. White,E.L. White

eBook Karst Hydrology: Concepts from the Mammoth Cave Area download ISBN: 0442226756
Author: W.B. White,E.L. White
Publisher: Springer; 1st Edition edition (May 31, 1989)
Language: English
Pages: 346
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eBook 91,62 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). Table of contents (12 chapters). Introduction to the Karst Hydrology of the Mammoth Cave Area.

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One of these problem areas was the hydrology of carbonate terrains.

This volume has its roots in the distant past of more than 20 years ago, the International Hydrologic Decade (IHD), 1964-1974. One of these problem areas was the hydrology of carbonate terrains.

1 INTRODUCTION TO THE KARST HYDROLOGY OF THE MAMMOTH CAVE AREA William B. White. LIMESTONE AQUIFERS Karst in Carbonate Terrains Scattered widely over the Earth is a rather peculiar landscape known as "karst. Karst landscapes are often pocked and pitted lands of sinkholes, limestone towers and steep-sided hills, underground drainage, and caves.

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White WB, White EL (eds) (1989) Karst hydrology: concepts from. the Mammoth Cave area. This text book has four introductory chapters describing karst landforms and landscapes, a chapter on carbonate geochemistry and another on karst hydrology

White WB, White EL (eds) (1989) Karst hydrology: concepts from. This text book has four introductory chapters describing karst landforms and landscapes, a chapter on carbonate geochemistry and another on karst hydrology. The core of the book consists of four chapters on the chemistry of karst waters, the processes of sedimentary in-filling, the origin of caves, and the evolution of karst systems through geological time. There are two chapters on karst forms in evaporite rocks, and in granites and quartzites, and the final two chapters are on environmental problems of karst regions (land use and water quality).

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Published on Nov 17, 2016. 3. ISBN : 146157319X Author : . Karst hydrology concepts from the mammoth cave area pd. .Published in: Science. 4. This volume has its roots in the distant past of more than 20 years ago, the International Hydrologic Decade (IHD), 1964-1974. The decision to investigate the hydrology required a certain enlargement of vision because investigators then had to consider the entire karst drainage basin rather than isolated fragments of cave passage.

This volume has its roots in the distant past of more than 20 years ago, the International Hydrologic Decade (IHD), 1964-1974. One of the stated goals of the IHD was to promote research into groundwater situations for which the state of knowledge was hopelessly inadequate. One of these problem areas was the hydrology of carbonate terrains. Position papers published early in the IHD emphasized the special problems of karst; carbonate terrains were supposed to receive a substantial amount of attention during the IHD. There were indeed many new contributions from European colleagues but, unfortunately, in the United States the good intentions were not backed up by much in the way of federal funding. Some good and interesting work was published, particularly by the U. S. Geological Survey (USGS), but in the academic community the subject languished. About this same time the Cave Research Foundation (CRF), organized in 1957 to promote the systematic exploration, survey, and scientific study of the great cave systems of Mammoth Cave National Park, was casting about for a broader scope for its research activities. Up until that time, CRF research had been largely restricted to detailed mineralogical and geological investigations within the caves, with the main part of the effort concentrated on exploration and survey. The decision to investigate the hydrology required a certain enlargement of vision because investigators then had to consider the entire karst drainage basin rather than isolated fragments of cave passage.