240 Hypogenic Karst: Shedding Light on Once Poorly Understood Hydrologic and Morphologic Features

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Tuesday, 7 October 2008: 8:00 AM-12:00 PM
George R. Brown Convention Center, 332BE

Presiding:
Lewis A. Land and Geary Schindel
8:00 AM
Principal Characteristics of Hypogenic Speleogenesis
Alexander B. Klimchouk, Ukrainian Institute of Speleology and Karstology
8:20 AM
Role of Microbes in Hypogenic Karst Development and Modification
Annette Summers Engel, Louisiana State University; Diana E. Northup, Univ of New Mexico; Penelope J. Boston, and Dept. of Earth and Environmental Science
8:35 AM
Volcanogenic Karstification: Implications of This Hypogene Process
Marcus O. Gary, The University of Texas; John M. Sharp Jr, The University of Texas
8:50 AM
Goliath's and Mystery Caves Minnesota: Epigenic Modifications and Extension of Preexisting Hypogenic Conduits
E. Calvin Alexander Jr, University of Minnesota; Kelton Barr, Braun Intertec; Scott Alexander, Univ of Minnesota
9:05 AM
Examples of Hypogenic Karst Collapse Structures, Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, Minnesota
Kelton D. Barr, Braun Intertec Corporation; E. Calvin Alexander Jr, University of Minnesota
9:20 AM
Reactivated Basement Faulting as a Hydrogeologic Control of Hypogene Speleogenesis In the Southern Ozarks of Arkansas
John Van Brahana, Univ of Arkansas; Rodney Tennyson; Jim Terry; Phillip D. Hays, University of Arkansas; Erik Pollock, Univ of Arkansas
9:35 AM
A Proposed Hypogenic Origin of Karst in the Shenandoah Valley, Virginia and West Virginia
Daniel H. Doctor, U.S. Geol. Survey; William D. Orndorff, Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation; L. Niel Plummer, U. S. Geological Survey
9:50 AM
Diagnostic features of hypogenic karst: Is confined ascending flow necessary?
John E. Mylroie, Mississippi State University; Joan R. Mylroie, Mississippi State University
10:05 AM
Break
10:15 AM
Undiscovered Karst Country: A New Paradigm for the Pecos Region of Eastern New Mexico and West Texas as a Basin-Scale, Hypogene Speleogenetic Province
Kevin W. Stafford, Stephen F. Austin State University; Lewis Land, New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources; Alexander Klimchouk, Ukranian Academy of Sciences
10:45 AM
Hypogene Processes in the Balcones Fault Zone Edwards Aquifer in South-Central Texas, a New Conceptual Model to Explain Aquifer Dynamics
Geary M. Schindel, Edwards Aquifer Authority; Steven B. Johnson, Edwards Aquifer Authority; E. Calvin Alexander Jr, University of Minnesota
11:15 AM
11:30 AM
Folia: A Hypogenic Degassing Origin
Philippe Audra, Engineering School of Nice - Sophia Antipolis University; Ludovic Mocochain, Aix-Marseille University; Jean-Yves Bigot; Jean-Claude Nob├ęcourt
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