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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 ...
The hydrologic function of small sinkholes in the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone
Thin soils on Cretaceous karst bedrock typify the Edwards aquifer recharge zone in central and south Texas U.S.A. Most of the recharge occurs in major streambeds in this region, but abundant evidence of active karstic ...
Surface water recharge in karst : Edwards-Trinity Aquifers-Nueces River system
The karstic Edwards Aquifer is a primary source of water in south-central Texas for domestic, agriculture, and industrial uses. Significant recharge into the aquifer occurs as surface water streams, including the Nueces ...