3D Modelling (geometry and connections) of carbonate massifs in structurally complex areas : An application to buried karst reservoirs of Languedoc (South France)
The US Geological Survey’s (USGS) Karst Interest Group (KIG) will hold its next conference on 28 April through 2 May 2014 in Carlsbad, New Mexico, at the headquarters of the National Cave and Karst Research Institute (NCKRI).
International Conference on Groundwater in Karst, with optional pre-and post-conference field trips, will be held in Birmingham, UK, between June 20-26, 2015.
A new electronic publication is available online from the Karst Waters Institute (Special Publication 18), consisting of selected papers and abstracts for the Hypogene Cave Morphologies symposium held February 2 - 7, 2014, on San Salvador Island, The Bahamas.
Registration for the 6th International Workshop on Ice Caves (IWIC-VI) is now open! The conference will be held in Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA, from 17-22 August 2014.
Did you know?
That ponor is (slavic.) 1. hole or opening in the bottom or side of a depression where a surface stream or lake flows either partially or completely underground into the karst ground-water system. a seaponor is where sea-water flows or is drawn into an opening by a vacuum in karstified rock . 2. hole in the bottom or side of a closed depression through which water passes to or from an underground channel . synonyms: (british.) swallet, swallow hole, stream sink; (french.) ponor, aven, gouffre, perte; (german.) schlund, saugloch, schlinger, ponor; (greek.) katavothra; (italian.) inghittitoio, capovento; (russian.) ponor; (spanish.) sumidero, ponor, perdida; (turkish.) su yutan; (yugoslavian.) ponor, utok, poziralnik, pivka. see also swallow hole.?
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Glossary of Karst and Cave Terms
Based on "A Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology with Special to Environmental Karst Hydrology" EPA/600/R-02/003, 2002, EPA: Washington, DC., Speleogenesis Glossary includes 2699 cave & karst terms
Water flowing under artesian pressure with the potentiometric surface above the land surface .