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Chemolithofacies of the Upper Cretaceous Buda Formation and Austin Chalk Group, south-central Texas : a product of integration of lithologic and chemical data
The Upper Cretaceous Cenomanian Buda Formation and Coniacian-Campanian Austin Chalk Group of Texas and northern Mexico are calcareous mudrock (chalk) successions deposited on the drowned lower Cretaceous Comanche platform. ...
Geochemical evolution of ground water in the Barton Springs segment of the Edwards Aquifer
The water quality in a karst (limestone) aquifer changes over time, making the application of traditional hydrogeologic principles difficult or impossible. This research's goal was to advance the understanding of the ...
Black mangrove (Avicennia sp.) colony expansion in the Gulf of Mexico with climate change : implications for wetland health and resistance to rising sea levels
Populations of black mangroves (Avicennia sp.) are hypothesized to expand their latitudinal range with global climate change in the 21st century, induced by a reduction in the frequency and severity of coastal freezes, ...