Long distance seawater intrusion through a karst conduit network in the Woodville Karst Plain, Florida

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Xu, Z; Bassett, SW; Hu, B; Dyer, SB;
(2016)

Five periods of increased electrical conductivity have been found in the karst conduits supplying one of the largest first magnitude springs in Florida with water. Numerous well-developed conduit networks are distributed in the Woodville Karst Plain (WKP), Florida and c... View more
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