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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 -- Mammoth Cave

Karst features are observed both above and below ground. Much of the trip is led by Joe Meiman of the Mammoth Cave National Park Service.

Click on the images below to see full photos.


Joe Meiman describing the regional picture.[2000]


Intro to Caving Tour. [2000]


Intro to Caving Tour. [2000]


Anastamosing.


Examining a stalactite on one of the cave tours.[2001]


At the bottom of Cedar Sink. [2001]


Sketch map of the epikarst .[2001]


Climb to Owl Cave. [1999]



Last Updated: January 11, 2005 -- Questions or comments, contact Larry Murdoch.
School of Environment, Department of Geological Sciences -- Hydrology -- Hydrogeology Field Camp
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