Brian Ham

Brian Ham

Nov 01, 2016

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    About This Project

    The Karst Springs Initiative is focused on studying Tennessee springs, their magnitude, and what springs might be the largest in terms of discharge. We are taking a deeper dive into studying relationships between karst spring discharge and their recharge basins. This project is dedicated to quantifying the major resurgences to provide a better understanding of karst hydrology in Tennessee and protect these valuable resources in the future.

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