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<p>The proposed corridor of the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) passes through a significant area of karst as it crosses the mountainous Valley and Ridge Province (the Appalachian Fold Belt) in Summers and Monroe counties, West Virginia and Giles, Craig, Montgomery, ...
MANAGING POORLY QUANTIFIED RISKS BY MEANS OF NATIONAL STANDARDS WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO DOLOMITIC GROUND (2011)
<p>The quantification of risk is fundamental to assessing its acceptability. When drafting codes of practice, the quantified risk is used in assessing the reliability of the structure and ensuring this complies with national norms. Problems arise in complex ...
<p>Karst features related to geotechnical issues. An overviewof karst terrain and limestone in Malaysia.</p>
The Lisheen Mine is an underground operation sited in the midlands of Ireland. Using a combination of open stoping and room and pillars 1.5mtpa of zinc /lead ore are mined The ore body is essentially tabular with a general thickness of 3-8metres but with large ...
THRESHOLD EVENTS IN SPRING DISCHARGE: EVIDENCE FROM SEDIMENT AND CONTINUOUS WATER LEVEL MEASUREMENT (2008)
Monitoring spring discharge during storms.
A global review of karst World Heritage properties: present situation,future prospects and management requirements
CASE HISTORIES OF MICROPILE IN KARST, THE INFLUENCE OF INSTALLATION ON DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE (2007)
Micropiles are small diameter replacement piles that are capable of developing high axial capacities. Their installation equipment can penetrate hard rock with greater efficiency than tools used for other more conventional foundation types. It is due, in part, ...
This study shows that contrasts in geochemical data and water level response from two locations in a karst water shed provides a better understanding of the variety of flow paths in both space and time.
This study provides detailed mineralogy of the most readily transported fraction of the clastic sediment load revealing material with composition dependent on source area, on mixing within the aquifer, and on transport mechanisms.
CO2 OUTGASSING IN A COMBINED FRACTURE AND CONDUIT KARST AQUIFER NEAR LITITZ SPRING, PENNSYLVANIA (2006)
This study points out that the mixing (both matrix and conduit water) can occur along different pathways (open versus closed) at different times and locations within the same basin.