Displaying Geomorphology and Caves Related Reports

Title: Refining the Conceptual Model for Flow in the Edwards Aquifer—Characterizing the Role of Fractures and Conduits in the Balcones Fault Zone Segment
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Hydrogeologic study using existing data on role of fractures and conduits in groundwater flow in the recharge and artesian zones of the Edwards Aquifer Balcones Fault Zone
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Title: Diversion Spring Cave
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Documentation of hydrogeology, structure and fauna in Diversion Spring Cave, Hays County, TX
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Title: Valdina Farms Sinkhole: Hydrogeologic & Biologic Evaluation
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Documentation of hydrogeology, structure and fauna in Valdina Farms Sinkhole, Medina County, in 1987
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Title: Preliminary Report of Biological Investigation - Valdina Farms Sinkhole-Medina Co., Texas
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Documentation of fauna in Valdina Farms Sinkhole, Medina County, 1977
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Title: A preliminary report of findings for the karst terrains feature known as Rugh Cavern, located along northern Seco Creek, northwestern Medina County, Texas
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Preliminary findings on Rugh Sinkhole/Cave in Seco Creek, Medina County, TX
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Title: Augmenting Groundwater Recharge Through Brush Control: A Feasibility Study—Phase II
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This report summarizes the findings of a 5-year (November 2004–December 2009) investigation of the water dynamics at two sites overlying shallow caves within the Camp Bullis facility in northern Bexar County, Texas. The results of the first phase of this study (November 2004–November 2007) were documented in the Phase I report (Wilcox 2008). In this Phase II report, we summarize the results from the entire study period, focusing on rainfall, cave recharge, and the rainfall simulation experiments conducted during Phase II.
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