Geotechnical Design Over Karst. It's All About the Water
Karst is a type of topography which is formed over soluble rocks, such as limestone, dolomite, or gypsum. An irregular bedrock surface is typical of most karst areas, along with sinkholes,...

A Probabilistic Approach to Karstic Foundation Variability
Karst is a landscape formed in soluble rocks caused by movement of water that has become slightly acidic. Limestone, dolomite, and gypsum are vulnerable to these influences and may be...

Karst-Related Sinkholes: Dynamic Compaction as an Effective Remediation Option
The paramount issue to address before constructing at sites underlain by karst topography is identification and remediation of sinkholes which exist close to the surface, and specifically...

Site Characterization in Karst Using Surface Geophysics

When Your Site Doesn't Obey the Rules: Geotechnical Problems in Karst

Foundations in Carbonate Rocks and Karst

The Sealing of a Massive Water Flow through Karstic Limestone

Hazard and Resource Considerations in Site Development in Virginia Karst

Sinkhole Remediation beneath a Damaged Structure

Case History of East Tennessee Karst: Static Stability of Some Shallow Caves

Water Quality Restoration of the Mammoth Cave Karst Aquifer: A Work in Progress
Over tens of thousands of years the aquatic ecosystem of the Mammoth Cave Karst Aquifer evolved in concordance with natural recharge supplied through 24,000 hectares of tall-grass prairie...

The Treatment by Jet Grouting of a Bridge Foundation on Karstic Limestone

Micropiles in Karst: A Case History of Difficulties and Success

Assessing Foundation Damage in Karst Using Electrical Resistivity Tests

Geophysical Surveys of a Known Karst Feature: Oak Ridge Y-12 Plant, Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Case Study: Site Characterization Methods in Karst

Small Project, Big Karst Problem, Solved with Compaction Grout

Predicting the Effects of Urbanization on a Karst Aquifer

Design and Construction of a Compaction Grouting Program to Remediate a Highway Over Karst

Deep Leakage through the Karstic Foundation at Logan Martin Dam

 

 

 

 

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