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Field Camp:
May 23-June 27, 2006

Syllabus (PDF format)

Methods

Hydrogeologic Settings
Fractured Crystalline Rocks
Piedmont
SC upstate GE Plant

Blue Ridge:
NC Coweeta LTER, Chatooga River

Fractured Sediments
UT-Knoxville
Oak Ridge, TN

Karst
Mammoth Cave, KY
Mammoth Cave, KY 2004
Murfreesboro, TN
Santee, SC

Siliciclastic Sediments
Coastal Plain Overview
Savannah River Site, SC
Coastal Processes

Instructors

Estimated Costs

Requirements

Past Schedules

Karst near Murfreesboro, TN

Tennessee is underlain by extensive karst and we visited an excellent example near Murfreesboro, TN. The trip was hosted by Albert Ogden, a professor at Middle Tenneessee State University.

 

Albert explains the origin of sinkholes

Checking out a spring.

 


Releasing a small amount of dye


Looking for the dye

Analyzing the results of the dye trace to determine flow direction




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