Association for Mexican Cave Studies Bulletin, Vol. 9, 2002
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Association for Mexican Cave Studies
AMCS Bulletin, Vol. 9 /By James H. Smith, Jr., 154 pages, softbound, 68 figures, including 16 foldouts, 21 photos, 2002. Sistema Huautla, in the state of Oaxaca, is the deepest cave in the Western Hemisphere, at 1475 meters. This newly typeset master's thesis, originally written in 1994, describes the geology, hydrology, and speleogenesis in the area, which includes many other deep caves. Dye-tracing results, cave maps. Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Important ideas of karst hydrology 3. Stratigraphy of the study area 4. Structural geology 5.Karst hydrology of the Sistema Huautla Karst Groundwater Basin 6. Hydrologic flow patterns 7. Geomorphology and speleogenesis of the Sistema Huautla Karst Groundwater Basin 8. References Open Access - Permission by Publisher See Extended description for more information.
"Hydrogeology of the Sistema Huautla Karst Groundwater Basin Association for Mexican Cave Studies Bulletin, Vol. 9, 2002" (2002). KIP Articles. 2391.