2003 Seattle Annual Meeting (November 25, 2003)
Session No. 103 Monday, November 3, 2003
1:30 PM-5:30 PM, Washington State Convention and Trade Center: 607

T66. Karst Hydrology and Geomorphology in North America Over the Past Half Century II: In Honor of Derek Ford and William White

Carol M. Wicks, Russell S. Harmon and Michel Bakalowicz, Presiding
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103-11:30 PM HYDROGEOLOGY AND GEOCHEMISTRY OF KARST AQUIFERS: PROGRESS AND PROSPECTS: WHITE, William B., Geosciences, Pennsylvania State Univ, 210 Materials Research Laboratory, University Park, PA 16802, wbw2@psu.edu.
103-21:50 PM DELINEATION OF CAVERNOUS POROSITY AND ENDANGERED SPECIES HABITAT WITHIN THE VADOSE ZONE OF THE EDWARDS AQUIFER OUTCROP USING CAVE SPIDER DNA AS AN ENVIRONMENTAL TRACER: WHITE, Kemble IV, Geology and Geological Engineering, Univ of Mississippi, 1206 Marshall Lane, Austin, TX 78703, kwhite@swca.com.
103-32:05 PM GEOPHYSICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF GEOLOGIC FEATURES IN THE AREA OF THE VALDINA FARMS SINKHOLE, MEDINA COUNTY, TEXAS: SMITH, Bruce D.1, PAINE, Jeffrey G.2, SMITH, David V.3, JOHNSON, Steven B.4, WAUGH, John5, ABRAHAM, Jared3, BLOME, Charles D.6, and SCHINDEL, Geary4, (1) U.S. Geol Survey, PO Box 25046, MS 973, Denver Federal Center, Denver, CO 80225, bsmith@usgs.gov, (2) Texas Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX 78712, (3) U.S. Geol Survey, PO Box 25046, MS964, Denver, CO 80225, (4) Edwards Aquifer Authority, 1615 North St. Mary's Street, San Antonio, TX 78215, (5) San Antonio Water System, 1001 E. Market St, San Antonio, TX 78298, (6) USGS, MS 980, Box 25046, Denver Federal Center, Denver, CO 80225
103-42:20 PM FLUID LOGGING AND DISCRETE SAMPLING OF THE FRESHWATER/ SALINE-WATER INTERFACE OF THE EDWARDS AQUIFER, SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS: IMPLICATIONS FOR GROUNDWATER FLOW AND ORIGIN OF SALINITY (PART 1- FLUID LOGGING): LAMBERT, Rebecca B., USGS, 5563 DeZavala Road, San Antonio, TX 78249, blambert@usgs.gov, HUNT, Andrew G., United States Geol Survey, Denver Federal Center, Bld 21, MS 963, Denver, CO 80225, LANDIS, Gary P., US Geol Survey, P.O. Box 25046, MS 963, Denver, CO 80225, and WAUGH, John R., San Antonio Water System, 1101 E. Market St, San Antonio, TX 78298-2449
103-52:35 PM FLUID LOGGING AND DISCRETE SAMPLING OF THE FRESHWATER/ SALINE-WATER INTERFACE OF THE EDWARDS AQUIFER, SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS: IMPLICATIONS FOR GROUNDWATER FLOW AND ORIGIN OF SALINITY (PART 2-GEOCHEMISTRY): HUNT, Andrew G., United States Geol Survey, Denver Federal Center, Bld 21, MS 963, Denver, CO 80225, AHUNT@usgs.gov, LAMBERT, Rebecca B., USGS, 5563 DeZavala Road, San Antonio, TX 78249, WAUGH, John R., San Antonio Water System, 1101 E. Market St, San Antonio, TX 78298-2449, and LANDIS, Gary P., US Geol Survey, P.O. Box 25046, MS 963, Denver, CO 80225
103-62:50 PM KARST AQUIFERS AND THE ROLE OF ASSUMPTIONS AND AUTHORITY IN SCIENCE: EWERS, Ralph O., Dept of Earth Sciences, Univ of Kentucky, Eastern Kentucky Univ, Richmond, KY 40475, ewc@mis.net.
103-73:05 PM VARIATIONS IN THE TIMING OF KARST SPRING RESPONSE TO STORM FLOW IN TERMS OF SUSPENDED SEDIMENT AND CHEMISTRY: HERMAN, Ellen K.1, TORAN, Laura2, TANCREDI, Jennifer2, TARGET, Danielle2, and WHITE, William B.3, (1) Department of Geosciences and Materials Research Institute, The Pennsylvania State University, 209 Materials Research Lab, University Park, PA 16802, ekherman@geosc.psu.edu, (2) Dept of Geology, Temple Univ, 1901 N 13th St, Philadelphia, PA 19122-6081, (3) Department of Geosciences and Materials Research Institute, The Pennsylvania State Univ, 210 Materials Research Lab, University Park, PA 16802
103-83:20 PM INFLUENCE OF ANTECEDENT CONDITIONS ON CONDUCTIVITY AND SUSPENDED SEDIMENT DISCHARGE IN A KARST SPRING: TANCREDI, Jennifer1, TORAN, Laura1, TARGET, Danielle1, HERMAN, Ellen K.2, and WHITE, William B.2, (1) Dept of Geology, Temple Univ, 1901 N 13th St, Philadelphia, PA 19122-6081, jent@temple.edu, (2) Department of Geosciences and Materials Research Institute, Penn State Univ, 210 Materials Research Lab, University Park, PA 16802
103-93:35 PM USING CHEMICAL AND ISOTOPIC TRACERS TO DETERMINE GROUND-WATER TRANSIT TIMES AND SOURCES OF CONTAMINATION IN KARST SYSTEMS: KATZ, Brian G.1, CHELETTE, Angela2, and PRATT, Thomas R.2, (1) USGS, 2010 Levy Avenue, Tallahassee, FL 32310, bkatz@usgs.gov, (2) Northwest Florida Water Mgnt District, 81 Water Management Dr, Havana, FL 32333
103-103:50 PM A SHORT-TERM MONITORING OF A KARST SYSTEM IN THE MITCHELL PLAIN, INDIANA: IDENTIFICATION OF WATER MIXING SOURCES DURING A STORM EVENT USING STABLE ISOTOPES AND MAJOR IONS: ZUCCO, Francesca and KROTHE, Noel C., Geological Sciences, Indiana Univ, 1001 E 10th Street, Bloomington, IN 47405, frzucco@indiana.edu
103-114:05 PM OUTGASSING AS A GEOCHEMICAL SIGNATURE OF RECHARGE WATER IN A KARST AQUIFER: TORAN, Laura, Dept of Geology, Temple Univ, 1901 N 13th St, Philadelphia, PA 19122-6081, ltoran@nimbus.temple.edu and ROMAN, Eric, New Jersey Geol Survey, PO Box 427, Trenton, NJ 08625
103-124:20 PM QUANTITATIVE MODELING OF KARST: SUCCESSES, FAILURES, AND PROMISES: PALMER, Arthur N., Earth Sciences, State Univ of New York, Oneonta, Earth Sciences Department, Ravine Parkway, Oneonta, NY 13820-4015, palmeran@oneonta.edu.
103-134:40 PM STRUCTURAL CONTROLS TO SUCCESSFULLY MODEL GROUNDWATER FLOW WITHIN THE MANTLED KARST OF THE SAVOY EXPERIMENTAL WATERSHED, NORTHWEST ARKANSAS: UNGER, T.1, DAVIS, R.K.1, BRAHANA, J.V.1, THOMA, G.2, and TING, T.2, (1) Department of Geosciences, Univ of Arkansas, 113 Ozark Hall, Fayetteville, AR 72701, tunger@uark.edu, (2) Department of Chemical Engineering, Univ of Arkansas, Bell 3202, Fayetteville, AR 72701
103-144:55 PM NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF THE MAMMOTH CAVE AQUIFER, KENTUCKY: WORTHINGTON, Stephen R.H., Worthington Groundwater, 55 Mayfair Ave, Dundas, ON L9H 3K9 Canada, sw@worthingtongroundwater.com.
103-155:10 PM QUANTITATIVE TRACERS AS CONTAMINANT SURROGATES AN IMPORTANT TOOL FOR PLANNING AND MANAGING SOURCE WATER PROTECTION AREAS: SCHINDEL, Geary M.1, WORTHINGTON, Stephen R.H.2, DAVIES, Gareth J.3, ALEXANDER, E. Calvin4, RAY, Joe L.5, and JOHNSON, Stephen1, (1) Edwards Aquifer Authority, 1615 North St. Mary's Street, San Antonio, TX 78215, gschindel@edwardsaquifer.org, (2) Worthington Groundwater, 55 Mayfair Ave, Dundas, ON L9H 3K9, (3) Cambrian Ground Water Co, 109 Dixie Lane, Oak Ridge, TN 37830, (4) Department of Geology and Geophysics, Univ of Minnesota, 310 Pillsur Dr., SE, Minneapolis, MN 55455-0219, (5) Kentucky Div of Water, 18 Reilly Road, Frankfort, KY 23101

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