2 edition of Hydrology of limestone terranes found in the catalog.
Hydrology of limestone terranes
|Statement||Esad Prohic ... [et al.]|
|Series||International contributions to hydrogeology -- v. 10, International contributions to hydrogeology -- v. 10|
|Contributions||Prohic, Esad, Tanner, J. Mark, International Association of Hydrogeologists|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
Exploration Geophysicists, ; ) and have been summarized in Hoover and others (). Various geophysical methods are identified in table 1 (adapted from a chart compiled by Companie General de Geophysique, Massy, France and published with modification by Van Blaricom, ). [Engineering: Hydrology: Water Runoff: Lava-Rock Terranes: Ground Water: Soil Moisture: Limestone Terranes] SELLING WORLDWIDE SINCE WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE!. Book.
1. Bretz, J. Harlen () Vadose and preatic features of limestone caverns: Jour. Geol., vol. 50, no. 6, pt. 2, pp. 2. Davis, W. M. () Origin of. The most common type of bedrock in karst terranes is carbonate rock, which includes limestone (calcium carbonate), dolostone (calcium-magnesium carbonate), and marble (calcium carbonate). There are a few other kinds of rock (e.g., gypsum, which is composed of calcium sulfate) that can be involved in karst, but in Maryland karst terranes are.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF KARST HYDROGEOLOGY: CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE NSS The hydrology of limestone terranes was recognized A BRIEF HISTORY OF KARST HYDROGEOLOGY: CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE NSS 14NJournal of Cave and Karst Studies, April instructed as to where they could find new caves. Having. The book by Multer () compiles much of the literature of the s and s and is designed for students and visitors. The field guide to the reefs by Shinn et al. () incorporates work done from the U.S. Geological Survey Fisher Island Station over the 15 years of its existence.
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The Tertiary limestone has a total thickness of several thousand feet and ranges in age from Paleocene to Pliocene. The part of the limestone that represents a hydrologic unit, as much as feet thick, ranges in age from middle Eocene to middle Miocene. Hydrology of limestone terranes: quantitative studies [James D.
Moravec, George F., ; LaMoreaux, Philip E. ; Alabama. ; University of Alabama. Moore] on Get this from a library. Hydrology of limestone terranes. [Philip E LaMoreaux; William M Warren; Geological Survey of Alabama.; U.S.
National Committee for the International Hydrological Decade.;]. Hydrology of Limestone Terranes in the Coastal Plain of the Southeastern United States. 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. ICH4: Hydrogeology of the Dinaric Karst () ed Borivoje F. Mijatovic. Hydrology of carbonate rock terranes — A review.
With special reference to the United States - NASA/ADS Limestone and other carbonate rocks are characterized by many unusual features and extreme conditions, either involving the hydrologic system within them or wrought by hydrologic conditions on them or through them.
The United States Geological Survey and other government departments and state surveys were responsible for the greater part of the investigations carried on in Hydrology of limestone terranes book field of limestone hydrology in Very few reports of individual researches have been received.
Many of the data reported bear the indications of direct war activities; most of the information was war-connected in its : A. Swinnerton. REGIONS IN THE UNITED STATES Carbonate terranes in the United States occur under a variety of geologic and hydrologic conditions that may be used to illustrate the (1) principles of occurrence and movement of water, (2) geologic and hydrologic settings, and (3) other factors that affect the by: Abstract.
On Apa symposium was held as part of the Annual Meeting of the Section of Hydrology, American Geophysical Union, on the subject Ground-water hydrology Of limestone terranes. The session was reported in the minutes of the Annual Meeting [Trans.
Amer. Geophys. Union, v. 28, p. ].Author: A. Swinnerton. KARST TERRANES Sponsored by aux & Associates, Inc. and Co-Sponsored by The Department of Geography, Geology & Planning of Southwest Missouri State University The Mid-Missouri and Sections of The American Society of Civil Engineers The Association of Ground Water Scientists and Engineers (NGWA).
Book Review: Photogeologic investigations of limestone terranes. SONDEREGGER: Bull. Geol. Surv. of Alabama. Geol. Surv. Alabama, Box 0, University.
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Journal of Hydrology 8 () ; North-Holland Publish'ing Co., Amsterdam Not to be reproduced by photoprint or microfilm without written permission from the publisher HYDROLOGY OF CARBONATE ROCK TERRANES - A REVIEW* WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE UNITED STATES ** V.
STRINGFIELD and H. LeGRAND U. Geological Survey, Washington, D. and Raleigh, N.C., Cited by: "To write a book on karst hydrology and geomorphology is a major undertaking. William B. White has done an excellent job in selecting material from more than technical books and articles and combining this material with the results of his own extensive experience into an exceptionally useful book." --Stanley N.
Davis, University of ArizonaCited by: New and increased activity has been apparent in the two years since the – report [Trans.
Amer. Geophys. Union, v. 30, pp. –, ] in the several aspects of the hydrology of limestone Author: A. Swinnerton. Pages () Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Book review Full text access The hydrology of the Trent River Basin: Hydrology of limestone terranes: Annotated bibliography of carbonate rocks Page Download PDF.
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Although the past year has seen several important contributions published there is a notable amount of substantial work still in progress. Notations on all investigations, so far as they have come to my attention, are here -water investigations of the United States Geological Survey have been continued in the Miami Area in Florida, and progress is being made in the coastal area.
Hydrogeology and hydrology of karst, Chapter 1. pp. 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.Some of the published works in the United States have been discussed by Stringfield and LeGrand ().
The authors have drawn upon their own experience and upon the fine contributions of many workers who have studied the geology, karst fea- tures and groundwater hydrology of limestone by: Abstract. The unique characteristics of the physiography and hydrology of limestone‐areas are causally related to the solubility of the rocks.
The evolution of topography, of rock‐permeability, of ground‐water circulation in limestones depends upon the solutional work in the limestone. Hence the nature of the solubility of limestone is an essential Cited by: