Paul Rubin is an expert Hydrologist, Karst Hydrologist, Geologist, and hydrogeologist
Paul Rubin is an expert consultant in Hydrology, Geology, Hydrogeology, and Karst.

Karst Hydrology

Karst is a term used to describe a landscape in which landforms are produced mainly by dissolution of bedrock, most typically limestone and dolostone. While sinking streams, caves, sinkholes, and springs are characteristic of karst terrains, the most important criterion for identifying a karst area is rapid groundwater flow. Karst aquifers are extremely vulnerable to contamination.
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A major karst spring in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri was investigated as a possible water supply. Extensive chemical testing confirmed its suitability as a food product for bottled water use. Hydrogeologic analysis determined that its 16 to 47 million gallon per day outflow stems from a 100 mi2 watershed. This work involved water quality assessment, report preparation, and interaction with government agencies.

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Paul Rubin spring water contamination

Karst Constraints

Paul Rubin spring water contamination

Conceptual Karst Model

Paul Rubin spring water contamination

Binnewater Karst Flyer

Paul Rubin spring water contamination

Tracer Flow Test

Paul Rubin spring water contamination

Sinkhole Investigation

Paul Rubin spring water contamination

Limestone Mines Integrate Karst Flow Paths