Final Project Report Regulating contaminant sources and addressing remediation of contaminated sites is difficult in sensitive
karst areas because of the unpredictable nature of groundwater movement in solution-weathered bedrock. In
this project, the Minnesota Departments of Health, Natural Resources and the Minnesota Pollution Control
Agency partnered with the Minnesota Geological Survey and the Department of Geology and Geophysics
– University of Minnesota, to develop better tools to understand and manage point and non-point sources on
contamination in karst terrains.
Contaminant Management in the Karst Region
Contract with MGS, also includes summary
information for 319 Karst Demonstration Project
Project completed in 2004, not open-filed until 2007
Tipping, R.G.; Mossler, J.H.; Alexander, E. Calvin, Jr.; Gao, Y.; Green, Jeffrey A.; Alexander, S.C..
Bedrock geology, topography, and karst feature inventory of Steele, Dodge, Olmsted and Winona Counties.
Minnesota Geological Survey.
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