The session on evaporite karst will be held at the South-Central Section, Geological Society of America (GSA) meeting in Stillwater, OK, on March 19-20, 2015.
The State of Minnesota has positions open for hydrologists. These positions include some for hydrogeologists.
Mine Water Solutions is a conference focused on EXTREMES and SOLUTIONS to mine water issues in very challenging environments. It will be held in Vancouver, Canada, April 12-15, 2015.
The announcement and the first circular for Isotope Workshop XIII, Zadar Croatia - 2015: http://wwwesirorgpl/workshop13html. ...
Dr. Rodrigo Lopes Ferreira of Brazil has announced the launch of the website of the Center of Studies on Subterranean Biology.
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That interstratal karst; interstratal karstification is 1. features formed by the dissolutional removal of all or part of a buried rock unit. interstratal-karst features are common within highly soluble evaporite rocks such as gypsum and halite, and may be equally common, but less readily recognized, within the preserved remnants of carbonate successions. interstratal karst should not be confused with buried karst. the finest interstratal karst in britain is the extensive cave development in the limestones beneath the namurian millstone grit plateaux of south wales, where the large collapse dolines in the millstone grit are interstratal-karst landforms . 2. the process of karstification of highly soluble rocks (e.g., gypsum, anhydrate, and salt) that are overlain by less soluble rocks (e.g., shales), but are still selectively dissolved by circulating ground water .?
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