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Multidisciplinary Conference on Sinkholes and the Engineering and Environmental Impacts of Karst; NCKRI Symposium 5

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University of South Florida

Publication Date

October 2015

Abstract

These proceedings represent the talks, posters, and symposia presented at the 14th Multidisciplinary Conference on Sinkholes and the Engineering and Environmental Impacts of Karst, which took place in Rochester, Minnesota, October 5-9, 2015. This international conference series creates a better understanding of environmental issues and geohazards associated with karst environments. This 14th conference was jointly organized by NCKRI and the Minnesota Ground Water Association. The 611 page proceedings volume contains 69 peer-reviewed papers organized under the following headings: a) Upper Mississippi Valley Karst Aquifers, b) Karst Hydrology, c) Karst Geology, d) GIS Databases and Mapping of Karst Regions, e) Contamination of Karst Aquifers, f) Geophysical Exploration of Karst, g) Karst Management, Regulation, and Education, and h) Modeling of Karst Systems. Also available is the Program with Abstracts, which includes five abstracts not in the proceedings, and the two field trip guidebooks: Ordovician Karst of Southeast Minnesota and Living with Karst in Rochester, Minnesota.

Keywords

Regional Speleology, United States, Vietnam, China, United Kingdom, Belgium, Georgia, Romania, Italy

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National Cave and Karst Research Institute Symposium 5 Sinkholes and the Engineering and Environmental Impacts of Karst PROCEEDINGS OF THE FOURTEENTH MULTIDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE October 5 through 9, 2015 Rochester, Minnesota EDITORS:​ Daniel H. Doctor, United States Geological Survey Reston, Virginia, USA Lewis Land, National Cave and Karst Research Institute Carlsbad, New Mexico, USA J. Brad Stephenson, CBI Federal Services Knoxville, Tennessee, USA Open Access - Permission by Publisher See Extended description for more information.

Subject: topical

Regional Speleology

Subject: geographic

United States; Vietnam; China; United Kingdom; Belgium; Georgia; Romania; Italy

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Article

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Conference Proceeding; serial

Identifier

K26-03300

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