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Coupling Dye Tracing, Water Chemistry, and Passive Geophysics to Characterize a Siliciclastic Pseudokarst Aquifer, Southeast Minnesota, USA

John D. Barry, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Jeff A. Green, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Joseph W. Rutelonis, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
Julia R. Steenberg, Minnesota Geological Survey
E. Calvin Alexander Jr., University of Minnesota

Groundwater Flow Systems in Multiple Karst Aquifers of Central Texas

Brian A. Smith, BSEACD
Brian B. Hunt, BSEACD
Doug A. Wierman, Blue Creek Consulting
Marcus O. Gary, Edwards Aquifer Authority

Surface to Cave Dye Tracing: Lessons Learned from the Belgian Karst

Amaël Poulain, University of Namur
Arnaud Watlet, Royal Observatory of Belgium
Gaëtan Rochez, University of Namur
Olivier Kaufmann, University of Mons
Michel Van Camp, Royal Observatory of Belgium
Romain Deleu, University of Namur
Yves Quinif
Vincent Hallet, University of Namur

The Hydro-Chemical Characteristics of a Karst Faulted Basin: Case Study of the Baiyi Basin, Kunming, China

Hong Liu, International Joint Research Center for Karstology, Yunnan University
Dan Cuicui, International Joint Research Center for Karstology, Yunnan University
Yang Liu, International Joint Research Center for Karstology, Yunnan University
Mengmen Wang, International Joint Research Center for Karstology, Yunnan University

Using Stable Isotopes to Distinguish Sinkhole and Diffuse Storm Infiltration in Two Adjacent Springs

James L. Berglund, Temple University
Laura Toran, Temple University
Ellen Herman, Bucknell University