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Hydrogeological processes in Karst Terranes

Hydrogeological processes in Karst Terranes

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Published by International Association of Hydrological Sciences in Wallingford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Karst -- Congresses.,
  • Hydrology, Karst -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Gültekin Günay, A. Ivan Johnson, William Back ; assistant editors: Hayati Koyuncu & Hatim Elkhatib.
    SeriesIAHS publication -- no. 207
    ContributionsGünay, Gültekin., Johnson, A. I. 1919-, Back, William, 1925-, International Association of Hydrological Sciences.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB599.2 .H94 1992
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 412 p. :
    Number of Pages412
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21189355M
    ISBN 100947571280

    (Acta Carsologica, Vol. 35 (1), )"The authors have written this book for a readership of civil engineers with the intention of explaining the processes of karst and the consequential damage at the ground surface and to foundations resulting from this form of erosion. â Š The book .


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Hydrogeological Processes in Karst Terranes held at Antalya, Turkey, in October The papers were divided into sessions that considered karst geochemistry, geomorphology, (input) hydrology, hydrogeology, quantitative and analytic modelling, groundwater tracing, remote sensing, geotechnical installations, and regional studies.

WATER RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT provides a detailed introduction to the full range of advanced, multidisciplinary techniques used in the study of water resources from understanding individual aquifers to the protection and management of water in a sustainable way, compatible with the preservation.

understanding the hydrogeological processes in karst terranes. The book can be divided into two parts comprising eleven chapters each of which clearly indicates the authors' great experience on karst. The first half of the book starts with a brief summary of the definitions and global distribution of karst together with a short but competent overview of the growth of ideas related with karst phenomena.

I Hydrogeological Processes in Karst Terranes Edited by Hydrogeological processes in Karst Terranes book GUNAY International Research and Application Center for Karst Water Resources, Hacettepe University, BeytepeAnkara, Turkey. Hydrological Processes Vol Issue Research Article.

Hydrogeological investigation of karst system properties by common use of diverse methods: a case study of Lička Jesenica springs in Dinaric karst of Croatia The research work comprised the following methods: hydrogeological mapping, setting up of monitoring stations for Cited by: Modelling the in-situ neutralization capacity of a karst aquifer for remediation of acid mine drainage, r & c 7 Developing and protecting water supplies in karst aquifers Wellfield site selection and groundwater flow model construction of the karst area in Lake City, Columbia County, Florida.

Günay G, Johnson IA, Back W (eds) () Hydrogeological processes in Karst Terranes book processes in Karst Terranes.

IAHS Press, Wallingford Google Scholar Günay G, Johnson IA (eds) () Karst water environmental impact. The dissertation was followed in by the book, Karst Poljes o{ Western Bosnia and Herzogoviana, and inGeomorphology.

In his volume, Geomorphology, Cvijic studied water tables, karst springs, seepages, and estavellas and separated karst into three morphologic types of limestone terranes: Holokarst, Merokarst and Transition karst.

Karst aquifer characteris- tics include rapid hydraulic responses, focused channelized flow regimes, and fast groundwater flow and transport in conduits. In addition, karst features such as sink- holes, losing streams, or direct epikarst systems provide for rapid recharge and minimal, possibly non-existent, natural filtration processes.

Karst Hydrogeology and Geomorphology is a fully revised and updated version of the extensively used and widely cited Karst Geomorphology and Hydrology published in This systems orientated book is based on the authors’ own teaching, research, consulting and international experience and includes wide international citations and illustrationsCited by: Hydrogeology and hydrology of karst, Chapter 1.

9–19, in Hydrogeology of Karstic Terranes, International Union of Geological Sciences, Series B., No. 3 (Published by International Association of Hydrogeologists), pp.

Google Scholar. complex hydrogeological settings such as karst. Karst is a unique hydrogeologic terrane in which the surface water and ground water regimes are highly intercon-nected and often constitute a single, dynamic flow system (White, ). The presence of karst usually is indicated by the occurrence of distinctive physiographic features that develop.

Arthur N. Palmer, "Chapter 8. Groundwater processes in karst terranes", Groundwater Geomorphology; The Role of Subsurface Water in Earth-Surface Processes and Landforms, Charles G.

Higgins, Donald R. Coates. Hydrogeological Process in Karst Terranes, Proceedings of the Antalya Symposium and Field Seminar, October IAHS Publication, no.

()Cited by: 3. ABSTRACT According to the structural and hydrogeological characteristics, the Kazerun area in southern Iran (Zagros mountains) is divided into seven karstic and five alluvial subaquifers.

All of them are, more or less, interconnected making one complex hydrogeological entity. Several conceptual models describe the recharge and infiltration processes in karst aquifers. Water enters into the karst systems through concentrated allogenic and autogenic recharge in sinking streams and sinkholes, and diffuse allogenic and autogenic recharge in low permeability by: Karst Hydrogeology and Geomorphology Derek Ford, McMaster University, Canada detailed consideration of the karst hydrogeological sys-tem, emphasizing here and throughout the later text the most important fact that, in karst, the meteoric waters are and depositional landforms created by karst processes on.

This book, written by 15 scientists from 6 countries, clearly demonstrates the extensive range of issues that are dealt with in the field of hydrogeology.

Karst hydrogeology and deposition processes, hydrogeochemistry, soil hydraulic properties as a factor affecting groundwater recharge processes, relevant conceptual models, Cited by: 3. Hydrogeological processes in karst terranes: proceedings of the international symposium and field seminar held at Antalya, Turkey, October.

Abstract In aquifers containing large voids, such as karst aquifers with caves or basaltic aquifers with lava tubes, hydrographs at wells or springs are used to analyze the structure and response of the hydrogeological system. Numerical modeling of hydrograph response is commonly based on either inverse techniques or postulated flow by: Maryland has approximately known caves, and many more sinkholes.

The carbonate rock areas of Maryland that exhibit some degree of karst development are shown in Figure 1. Potential environmental problems in karst terranes fall into two broad categories: (1) groundwater pollution and (2) foundation engineering problems.

Field Seminar on Hydrogeological Processes in Karst Terranes, 7. - Oct, Antalya, Turkey. Teutsch, G., Hofmann, B., Ptak, T.,Non-parametric stochastic simulation of groundwater transport processes in highly heterogeneous porous formations.

The eogenetic karst of Florida is largely covered and this book extensively discusses the interactions of karst processes with sand- and clay-rich cover materials. About the Author Dr.

Sam B. Upchurch, P.G. has spent 50 years teaching and conducting research in karst geomorphology and geochemistry, for which he is internationally by: 2. Chapter 3 focuses on describing the techniques involved in conducting water-tracer tests using fluorescent dyes, a method commonly used in the hydrogeologic investigation and characterization of karst aquifers, and in the study of water fluxes in karst terranes.

Description: Land use in karst terrain: review of impacts of primary activities on temperate karst ecosystems SCIENCE FOR CONSERVATION Peter B. Urich Published by Like this book. You can publish your book online for free in a few minutes.

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Any subject, of course, has roots, and these roots usually have still deeper roots. Certainly, karst hydrology was being discussed in the early s in the United States (e.g., Swinnerton, ) and earlier still in of the factors that spurred interest in karst hydrogeology about mid-century was the ongoing need for improved groundwater resources in developing.

Originally published inKarst Geomorphology and Hydrology became the leading textbook on karst studies. This new textbook has been substantially revised and updated.

The first half of the book is a systematic presentation of the dissolution kinetics, chemical equilibria and physical flow laws relating to karst environments. It includes details of the many environmental factors. Karst Hydrogeology and Geomorphology is a fully revised and updated version of the extensively used and widely cited Karst Geomorphology and Hydrology published in This systems orientated book is based on the authors’ own teaching, research, consulting and international experience and includes wide international citations and illustrations This edition features a.

Hydrogeological characteristics of delineated recharge areas for 40 biologically significant cave and spring systems in Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Illinois. Proc. of National Cave and Karst Management Symposium, St.

Louis. Simulation of the development of karst aquifers using a coupled continuum pipe flow model. Rudolf Liedl. an approach based on fracturing and hydrogeological processes, Carbonates and Evaporites, /s, 32, 3, ( Groundwater Contamination in Karst Terranes, Water, Air, & Soil Pollution: Focus, 6,( the hydrogeological studies of karst dam sites has received less attention.

An application of a probabilistic risk analysis to the problem of designing a water retention dike on karst terranes was presented by Steven and Bromwell (). The objectives of this article are (i) qualitative analysis of uncertainties in conventional approaches for.

Over the past ten years, these multidisciplinary conferences on the applied aspects of karst hydrogeology and engineering have been successful in bringing together engineers, geologists, other scientists and government regulators who must safely establish human infrastructure on karst terrane whilst protecting the by: 3.

Journal of Cave and Karst Studies, June • 71 Frisbee, Meyers, Miller, leason, Stewart-Maddox, Larson, ranger, Saksena, Dey, and Frisbee and July of (Fig. By the spring ofthe landowners noticed that a small sinkhole, upstream of the waterfalls, was diverting a small portion of streamflow.

This paper presents the results of a groundwater quality assessment carried out in the karst coastal region of the West Aurunci Mountains (Central Italy). 55 spring and 18 well water samples, collected from towere analysed to study the main processes controlling the hydrogeochemical evolution and groundwater quality properties.

In the study area, Cited by: 1. WHAT IS KARST. Etymology. by Neven Kresic (Water in Karst, Mc Graw Hill,p. xiii) “ Karst is a scientific term named after the geographic district between Slovenia and Trieste, Italy, which has a very distinct landscape.

It is a Germanized word for “carso” (in Italian) and “kras” in (Slovene); all the three words are derived from the Indo-European word “kar” or “karra. Karst is a topography formed from the dissolution of soluble rocks such as limestone, dolomite, and is characterized by underground drainage systems with sinkholes and caves.

It has also been documented for more weathering-resistant rocks, such as quartzite, given the right conditions. Subterranean drainage may limit surface water, with few to no rivers or lakes. Hydrogeology (hydro-meaning water, and -geology meaning the study of the Earth) is the area of geology that deals with the distribution and movement of groundwater in the soil and rocks of the Earth's crust (commonly in aquifers).The terms groundwater hydrology, geohydrology, and hydrogeology are often used interchangeably.

Groundwater engineering, another name for. A definitive guide, this book focuses on the design and construction of water infrastructure projects within karst formations and provides engineering approaches for preventing and mitigating their environmental problems. It features figures, investigative techniques, practical design solutions, case studies with failure analysis, criteria prop5/5(1).

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features as either pathways or as barriers in a region heavily altered by structural deformation and modified by karst : Kevin W. Blackwood, Justin C. Harris, Laramie J. Edens, Stacy I. Gantt-Blackwood, Kay D. Woodring.Ekmekci, M.,A Conceptual Model for Beysehir Lake Karst System: Int.

Symp. and Field Sem., on Hydrogeologic Processes in Karst Terranes, September Antalya-Turkey Yesertener, C., and Ekmekci, M.,Determination of Origin and Flow System of Large Springs in Lower Dalaman Basin (SW Turkey), Int. Symp. and Field Sem., on.