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Field Camp

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

Hydrogeologic Settings

Hydrogeologic processes depend strongly on the local geologic conditions, and understanding this dependence is an important part of the course. The best way to appreciate the importance of geology is to visit various different hydrogeologic settings. In this part of the course, we travel to different locations and learn about a variety of processes and projects that have been conducted in different settings. In many cases, we have experts in the local hydrogeology join us and explain their work to the class.

Fractured Crystalline Rocks

Piedmont - SC upstate (Clemson Campus)
Blue ridge -, Chatooga River

Fractured Sediments

UT-Knoxville and 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
 



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