2 edition of Geohydrology of Karst terrain, Lost River watershed, southern Indiana found in the catalog.
Geohydrology of Karst terrain, Lost River watershed, southern Indiana
Robert V. Ruhe
by Indiana University, Water Resources Research Center in Bloomington
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 87-90.
|Statement||R. V. Ruhe.|
|Series||Report of investigation - Indiana University, Water Resources Research Center ; no. 7|
|LC Classifications||TC24.I6 I53 no. 7, GB1025.I6 I53 no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 91 p. :|
|Number of Pages||91|
|LC Control Number||76621229|
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also be incorporated in more specific karst management planning documents, similar to, for example, those by Wilde & Worthy () and Smith (). Karst usually occurs in limestone and marble, which has been sculpted by natural waters. The guidelines can also be applied to . Nov 21, · Abstract. The Buckeye Creek watershed is a 14 km 2 enclosed basin of which 12 km 2 drains through Buckeye Creek Cave to lower Spring Creek. The km long stream passage is generally 6+ meters wide and 3+ meters high with the primary restrictions being the Gray Canyon near the entrance and partially flooded sewer passages near cave’s downstream greggdev.com: Gregory S. Springer.
employed GIS reconditioning of the LiDAR DEM for watershed analysis (e.g. ArcHydro tools). Typically, geomorphic features in areas of karst terrain and on highly accurate LiDAR–derived DEMs (Zandenberg, ; is located within the Shenandoah River drainage basin, an extensive karst region within the Great Valley. Lower White River Watershed Restoration Action Strategy January 1 FOREWORD The First Draft (January ) of the Watershed Restoration Action Strategy (WRAS) was reviewed internally by IDEM and revised accordingly. The Second Draft (Spring ) was reviewed by stakeholders and revised accordingly. This Third Draft (January ) is intended.
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Geohydrology of karst terrain, Lost River watershed southern Indiana (Report of investigations - Water Resources Research Center) [Robert V Ruhe] on greggdev.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying greggdev.com: Robert V Ruhe. Abstract. Ground-water flow in karst aquifers is very different from flow in granular or fractured aquifers.
Chemical contamination may be fed directly to a karst aquifer via overland flow to a sinkhole with little or no attenuation and may contaminate downgradient wells.
ANNOTATION: This guidebook is concerned primarily with the karst geology, hydrology, and water quality of the Spring Mill Lake and Lost River basins in southern Indiana.
This guidebook is designed to be a self-guided trip and includes a road log describing geologic features along the field trip route from Indianapolis, Indiana, to Spring Mill State Park near Mitchell in Lawrence County, Indiana. The karst terrain found within the study area is clearly a system of interrelated features and processes.
Long-term solution of the bedrock allows karst features to form, joints and bedding planes to enlarge, and creates an efficient network of subsurface drainage. Geohydrology of karst terrain, Lost River Watershed southern Indiana.
The Indiana Geological Survey conducts studies that provide watershed managers with information needed to address such issues as nonpoint source pollution, contaminants in sensitive karst settings, success of best management practices, and a southern Indiana book of other issues related to surface water.
To read more from this series, including information about other area springs, sinkholes and the West Plains water supply, see Karst in the Watershed, Part 2.
Source: West Plains Daily Quill Karst Series, August/Septemberby Denise Henderson Vaughn. Material condensed and edited for brevity. a study of the upper Lost River watershed in Orange County, Indiana, from to Streamflow and groundwater data were collected at 10 data-collection sites from at least October until Apriland a preliminary Water Availability Tool for Environmental Resources (WATER)-TOPMODEL-Cited by: 1.
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Ruhe, R.V. Geohydrology of karst terrain, Lost River Watershed, southern Indiana. Indiana. Prepared in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) Surface-Water and Karst Groundwater Interactions and Streamflow-Response Simulations of the Karst-Influenced Upper Lost River Watershed, Orange County, Indiana.
The U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA), conducted a study of the upper Lost River watershed in Orange County, Indiana, from to Streamflow and groundwater data were collected at 10 data-collection sites from at least October until Apriland a preliminary.
Abstract. The hydrogeologic setting provides the physical constraints determining the flow characteristics of an aquifer. Stratigraphy, lithology, and structure determine the type of aquifer, the location of recharge and discharge areas, and the nature of the porosity and greggdev.com by: Karst Hydrogeology and Geomorphology is a fully revised and updated version of the extensively used and widely cited Karst Geomorphology and Hydrology published in This systems orientated book is based on the authors’ own teaching, research, consulting and international experience and includes wide international citations and illustrationsCited by: Many of these sinkholes have been plugged with red clay from the terra rossa and are full of water at least during wet weather.
This figure is somewhat reduced from that of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (). This area is part of the high karstic plain of Woodruff and Abbott () and lies between the Blanco River and the Guadalupe River.
Bryant Creek is a losing stream, typical of the karst topography found in the Ozarks. Natural bridges: Arches that are the remnants of collapsed caves, usually fairly short.
Seeps: Slow, small discharges of water from rock or soil to the surface. Karst in the Watershed. From the. GEOhydrology is the study of groundwater and its physical and chemical interactions with the physical environment.
The course will be focused on those geologic principles that govern the occurrence, movement and quality of groundwater, with an emphasis on. Karst Hydrology Initiative & Fractured-Rock Aquifer Studies. The importance of groundwater in complex geologic environments can no longer be overlooked.
Karst and other fractured bedrock settings represent extensive groundwater systems that have unique physical characteristics that govern the movement and access to this hidden resource. Distribution of karst in the US. Map source: USGS Open File Report Learning outcomes: you should be able to: explain the driving and resisting forces associated with the formation of karst landscapes; describe karst hydrology; and, define and identify.
Lost river definition is - a surface stream that flows into an underground passageway. Sinkhole Areas and Sinking-Stream Basins, (,) - Shows sinkhole areas (SHA) and sinking-stream basins (SSB) associated with rocks of Silurian, Devonian, and Mississippian age in southern Indiana.
Shows sinkhole areas larger than 80 acres. A BRIEF HISTORY OF KARST HYDROGEOLOGY: CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE NSS WILLIAM B. WHITE southern Indiana, Matson () on the Kentucky Blue Grass, Weller () on the Mammoth Cave area, and A BRIEF HISTORY OF KARST HYDROGEOLOGY: CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE NSS 14NJournal of Cave and Karst Studies, April.
Major streams and tributaries located in the Aucilla-Suwannee-Ochlockonee (ASO) River Basin of south-central Georgia and adjacent parts of Florida drain about 8, square miles of a layered sequence of clastic and carbonate sediments and carbonate Coastal Plain sediments consisting of the surficial aquifer system, upper semiconfining unit, Upper Floridan aquifer, and lower confining unit.May 08, · Karst watersheds are dotted with sinkholes, caves, sinking streams, and springs, making it very difficult to protect water quality or even know where pollutants are coming from or going.
The Chapel Branch Creek watershed near the Town of Santee, South Carolina, is one such area. U.S. Forest Service Southern Research Station (SRS) scientists and collaborators.The identification of karst terrain in a project area should be based on local geology and soils maps, and on field verification of karst features.
In some parts of the state, standard topographic maps show less than 50% of the karst features that can be detected with inexpensive field observation. Aerial.