4 edition of Hydrogeology of karstic terrains found in the catalog.
Hydrogeology of karstic terrains
|Statement||A. Burger, L. Dubertret|
|Series||International contributions to hydrogeology -- v. 1, International contributions to hydrogeology -- v. 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
KARST ENVIRONMENTS: PROBLEMS, MANAGEMENT, HUMAN IMPACTS, AND SUSTAINABILITY AN INTRODUCTION TO THE SPECIAL ISSUE or as a book (Parise and Gunn, ). Notwithstanding L., eds., Hydrogeology of Karstic Terrains, Case Histories, International Association of Hydrogeologists, International Contributions to Hydrogeology no. 1, p. – Originally published in , Karst 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/5(10).
Introduction to Karst Karst is the term used to describe a special style of landscape containing caves and extensive underground water systems that is developed on especially soluble rocks such as limestone, marble, and gypsum. Large areas of the ice-free continental area of the Earth are underlain by karst developed on carbonate rocks (Figure. LIST OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION TO KARST Definitions The Relationship Between Karst And General Geomorphology And Hydrogeology The Global Distribution Of Karst The Growth Of Ideas Aims Of The Book Karst Terminology CHAPTER 2. THE KARST ROCKS. Carbonate Rocks And Minerals.
The objective of this Special Issue, “Hydraulic Behavior of Karst Aquifers”, is to focus on recent advances in karst hydrogeology in different areas of the world, focusing on topics dealing with the peculiar characteristics of karst aquifers. In particular, thirteen peer-reviewed articles were collected, focusing on hydraulic aspects and their relationship with geological features Cited by: 1. Karst Hydrogeology and Human Activities Impacts, Consequences and Implications Edited by The purpose of the book 3 Characteristics of the karstic system 4 Risk assessment in karst terrains Restoration of karstic geo-ecosystem Future aspects of karst water management
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Burger A, Dubertret L (eds) () Hydrogeology of karstic terrains. Case histories. International Contributions to Hydrogeology, IAH, vol 1, Verlag Heinz Heise, Hannover, pp.
Drew D, Hötzl H () Karst Hydrogeology and Human Activities. Impacts, Consequences and Implications. Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 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 that. Hydrogeology of karstic terrains: with a multilingual glossary of specific terms = Hydrogeologie des terrains karstiques. Hydrogeology of karstic terrains: case histories = Hydrogéologie des terrains karstiques: des histoires des cas.
The construction of one of the high-speed railway tunnels between Malaga and Córdoba (South Spain) beneath the Abdalajís mountains occasioned a series of hydrogeological problems with geotechnical and environmental impacts.
The double tunnel, 7, m in length, runs south to north across several lines of small, calcareous mountains that have a highly complex by: Geomorphology and Hydrology of Karst Terrains. William B. White. Publication Date - May ISBN: pages Hardcover /8 x /4 inches Retail Price to Students: $ A comprehensive textbook treatment of karst phenomena, superbly illustrated.
This paper summarizes the hydrogeology of the thick carbonate-evaporite sequence that extends from land surface to the oil horizons at depths of ab feet below sea level in southern Florida.
The dramatic floods during the winters of and caused widespread damage and disruption to communities across the country, particularly in the extensive karstic limestone lowlands on the western seaboard (Naughton et al.
This paper presents a detailed example of the phenomenon of groundwater flooding in the lowland karst terrains. THE IMPORTANCE OF UNDERSTANDING THE HYDROGEOLOGY AND GEOCHEMISTRY OF KARST TERRAINS FOR SAFELY SITING DAMS ABOLFAZL REZAEI 1,2,HAJI KARIMI 3,*, HONGBIN ZHAN 4 Abstract: Dam site selection in karst regions is an extremely important issue in terms ofCited by: 4.
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 countries, many of.
NEW Book - "Karst Aquifers - Characterization and Engineering" BOOK PROMOTION. Stevanović, Zoran (Ed.) Written by 22 authors, experts in Karst hydrogeology from 11 countries. pages, 17 chapters. This practical training guidebook makes an important contribution to karst hydrogeology.
Karstic terrains cover approximately 12% of the Earth’s continental surface and 25% of the world’s population is supplied partially or entirely by karst water resources. In the Mediterranean and Southeast Asia, karst aquifers are the primary water by: 1.
ICH1: Hydrogeology of Karstic Terrains, Case Histories () eds A. Burger and Louis Dubertret. ICH2: Hydrology of Limestone Terranes – Bibliography of Carbonate Rocks Vol. 3 () eds J. Mark Tanner and P Shore Davies. ICH3: List of Terms of Hydrogeology, Geochemistry and Geothermals of Mineral and Thermal Waters () ed H.R.
Langguth. Karst terrains - irregular limestone regions characterized by sinkholes, underground streams and caverns - have long been of interest because of the dramatic landscapes and the challenge of cave exploration.
But the geomorphology and hydrology of karst drainage systems are now of interest to water supply specialists, urban planners, and environmental engineers. In order to READ Online or Download Geotechnical And Environmental Applications Of Karst Geology And Hydrology ebooks in PDF, ePUB, Tuebl and Mobi format, you need to create a FREE account.
We cannot guarantee that Geotechnical And Environmental Applications Of Karst Geology And Hydrology book is in the library, But if You are still not sure with the service, you can choose FREE Trial service. Special Features of Evaporite Terrains Karstic Features of Quartzose and Other Rocks book concludes with broad sketches of the practical geomorphology.
The majority of the large springs are connected to the karstic aquifers of the Alpine orogeny. Karst, as a specific type of topography and landscape, has always attracted and provoked the interest of humans, ultimately leading to scientific specializations embodied by hydrogeologists and karstologists.
this book cover many of the world's. Book review: Karst of Ireland: Landscape Hydrogeology Methods, by Drew, D. Published by Geological Survey Ireland. €, isbnpages. The „Karst of Ireland: Landscape Hydrogeology Methods‟ contains everything you could wish to know about karstic processes and the resulting landforms found in Ireland.
Published. History of Speleology, Biospeleology, Endangered Caves/Legislation -- Geology, hydrogeology, and tectonics of karstic terrains-Romania -- Subcarphatians Mountains -- Caves and Karst Systems of Romania -- Mine galleries, artificial caves -- Paleoclimate -- Speleothems -- Mineralogy -- Archeology/Anthropology, Rupestrian : Gheorghe M.
L Ponta, Bogdan P Onac. Karst hydrogeology of Pamukkale karst springs (Denizli) The main aquifer supplying hot water to the Pamukkale thermal springs is the highly fractured and karstic marble of Paleozoic age. The marble is confined by the thick, impervious-semipervious units of Pliocene age from the by: 3.
Geomorphology and Hydrology of Karst Terrains by William B. White,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1).Hardcover. Published: 05 May Pages | illus.
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