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National Cave & Karst Management Symposia; NCKMS

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National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

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October 2003

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16th National Cave and Karst Management Symposium Proceedings, October 13-17, 2003 Gainesville, Florida: Contents: The Florida Aquifer Vulnerability Assessment Model: A Tool For Aquifer Protection In Karst Setttings / Jonathan D. Arthur -- Investigation of Salinity Increases in Sulphur Spring, Tampa, Florida / K. Michael Garman, Sherry Garman, Jitka Hyniova, and Jakub Rehacek -- "Through the Roof" Monitoring Water Quality In Manatee Springs / Thomas H. Greenhalgh, III -- Results of Sampling for Selected Wastewater Constituents In Ground Water In the Silver Springs Basin, North Central Florida / G.G. Phelps -- Florida Spring Glossary and Classification System / Rick Copeland -- Management Controversies at Oregon Caves National Monument / William R. Halliday and Jay Swofford -- Proactive Cave Management on the Hoosier National Forest / Julian J. Lewis and Kelle Reynolds -- Using ESRI ArcPad to Inventory Cave Features / Jon Jasper -- A Comprehensive Cave Management Program at Carlsbad Caverns National Park / Dale L. Pate -- Gray Bat Trends in Missouri: Gated vs. Ungated Caves / William R. Elliott -- Quantitative Real-Time PCR Assays of Bacterial DNA in Sediments of the Flint-Mammoth Cave System with Evidence for Nitrospira Spp. At Sites Undergoing Limestone Dissolution and Karst Aquifer Evolution / Rick Fowler, Eli Roberson, and Shivendra Sahi -- Mercury and Methylmercury in the South Central Kentucky Karst: its Transportation, Accumulation, and Potential Effects on Vulnerable Biota / Kurt Lewis Helf, PhD -- Development of an Index of Biological Integrity for Endangered Species Monitoring in Southern Illinois / Julian J. Lewis and Salisa Taylor Rafail -- Mapping Presumptive Habitat for Subterranean Aquatic Species of Concern / Philip L. Moss and Thomas Aley -- The Foraging Range of a Central Texas Cave Cricket, Ceuthophilus secretus (Orthoptera: Rhaphidophoridae) / Steven J. Taylor, Jean K. Krejca, and Michael L. Denight -- Going for the Gold Award: Girl Scouts, Cavers, and Government Working Together for Cave and Karst Sourcewater Protection / Joseph H. (Joey) Fagan and Jessica E. Fagan -- National Cave and Karst Research Institute 2003: Working Through Partnerships Towards America's Future / Louise D. Hose and Penelope J. Boston -- Creative Partnerships for Water Quality in Karst Areas / Kriste Lindberg -- The Importance of Education in Karst Protection: the Virginia Experience / Carol Zokaites and Wil Orndorff -- Restoration, Not Just Conservation, of Bat Caves -- Need, Methods, and Case Study of a Myotis Sodalis Hibernaculum / Jim Kennedy -- Don't Mess With Mammoth Days in the Pike Spring Basin of Kentucky / Rick Olson -- Ecosystem Management and the Idea of Cave Wilderness In Protecting Karst Resources / Patricia E. Seiser, PhD -- Developing Conservation Sites for Virginia's Significant Caves / Wil Orndorff -- The Western Kentucky University Source Water Protection Program: Educating Water Resource Managers and the Public about the Vulnerability of Rural Karst Drinking Water Supplies / Chris Groves, Elizabeth Robb, John All, and Pat Kambesis -- A Systems Approach for the Understanding of Agricultural Contaminant Sources and Transport within a Karst Groundwater Drainage Basin / Patricia Kambesis -- Survey of Microbial Diversity within Wind Cave Using DNA Analysis, Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota / Rolland E. Moore. Open Access - Permission by Publisher Northup Database Collection See Extended description for more information.

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Manatee Springs (Chiefland, Florida, United States), Sulphur Springs (Tampa, Florida, United States)

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