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105-22 10-14 Deserts, wind

105-22 10-14 Deserts, wind - groundwater flow contamination...

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groundwater flow, contamination
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groundwater contamination
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Contaminated Groundwater Plume
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Perchlorate & Volatile Organic Compounds
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Effects of groundwater “erosion” by the solution of carbonate rocks
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the solution of carbonate rocks can lead to the development of karst topography
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reprecipitation of calcium carbonate
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collapse of the roofs of caves —> sinks (“sink holes”) Winter Park, FLA, 1981
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Morning Glory pool, YNP Yellowstone N.P. geyser GEOTHERMAL SYSTEMS
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Hot spring cooking with Mom and Sis!
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Hot spring snow monkeys (macaques), Honshu island, Japan
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What is a desert? Albuquerque, New Mexico is … (annual rainfall ~ 21 cm/yr, or 8”) Verkhoyansk, NE Russia isn’t … (annual rainfall ~15.5 cm/yr, or 6”) ???????
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