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UOG Students Study Karst Hydrogeology Features with DoD Environmental Specialists

Students and faculty from the University of Guam and Water & Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific studied karst terrain features on Andersen Air Force Base, Oct. 8. Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command Marianas environmental specialists assigned to Marine Corps Base Camp Blaz escorted and introduced the group to the two major categories of naturally-formed closed depressions of karst terrain during the tour, solution dolines and cenotes, both of which are sinkholes…
University of Guam faculty and graduate students study a sinkhole and karst terrain at Tarague Well 4 at Andersen Air Force Base Oct. 8. Navy environmental specialists escorted John Jensen, University of Guam chief hydrogeologist and professor of environmental geology, and Water & Environmental Research Institute Western Pacific director, and his graduate students to the area to study the unique karst at the Air Force Base.

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Author: Stanley James

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