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Proceedings Karst Conservation Initiative Febrary 17, 2011 Meeting

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February 2011

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Contents: Introduction and Acknowledgements -- Interconnection of the Edwards and Trinity Aquifers, Central Texas, U.S.A. / Marcus O. Gary -- Spatial and Temporal Recharge Variability Related to Groundwater Interconnection of the Edwards and Trinity Aquifers, Camp Bullis, Bexar and Comal Counties, Texas / Marcus O.Gary, George Veni, Beverly Shade, and Robin Gary -- Potential for Vertical Flow Between the Edwards and Trinity Aquifer, Barton Springs Segment of the Edwards Aquifer / Brian A. Smith and Brian B. Hunt -- Could Much of Edwards Aquifer "Matrix Storage" Actually be Trinity Aquifer Contributions from the Blanco River? / Nico M. Hauwert -- Geophysical Correlation of Haby Crossing Fault (Medina County) and Mt. Bonnell Fault (Travis County) and Their Implications on T-E Interconnection / Mustafa Saribudak -- Edwards Aquifer - Upper Glen Rose Aquifer Hydraulic Interaction / R.T. Green, F.P. Bertetti, and M.O. Candelario -- Interaction Between the Hill Country Portion of the Trinity and Edwards Aquifers: Model Results / Ian C. Jones -- Using Tracer Testing Data for Resource Management Planning / Geary Schindel and Steve Johnson -- Demonstrating Interconnection Between a Wastewater Application Facility and a First Magnitude Spring in a Karstic Watershed: Tracer Study of the Tallahassee, Florida Treated Effluent Spray Field 2006-2007 / Todd R. Kincaid, Gareth J. Davies, Christopher L. Werner, and Rodney S. DeHan. Open Access - Permission by Publisher See Extended description for more information.

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United States, Geology

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Geology

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United States

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