By J.W. LaMoreaux (auth.), Bartolomé Andreo, Francisco Carrasco, Juan José Durán, James W. LaMoreaux (eds.)

IV foreign Symposium on Karst Media, Malaga, Spain 2010 The Malaga Symposia sequence offers a global discussion board for clinical debate at the growth made in learn into karst environments. The 2010 assembly of the 4th foreign ISKA offers eighty papers in 4 key issues: karst hydrogeology and investigations, karst landscapes and ecosystems, human interplay with karst environments, rather in caves, and engineering geology in karst components. This publication might be an invaluable variation to the libraries of specialists, scientists, teachers, and coverage makers interested by the detailed problems with karst terrains.

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Hunt, J. org B. Andreo et al. A. B. Hunt, J. Beery Fig. 1 Location map of the Barton Springs segment of the Edwards Aquifer The majority of recharge occurs in stream channels that cross the recharge zone of the Edwards Aquifer. Recharge also occurs in upland areas with flow into caves and sinkholes, and by infiltration through soils. The development of the aquifer was influenced significantly by fracturing and normal faulting associated with the Balcones Fault Zone and dissolution of limestone and dolomite by infiltrating meteoric water (Sharp 1990).

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