Multidisciplinary Conference on Sinkholes and the Engineering and Environmental Impacts of Karst

This highly successful interdisciplinary biennial conference series is the most important international meeting that concentrates on the practical application of karst science. Geologists, engineers, and geographers, who study how and where karst develops and how sinkholes form, interact with engineers and planners, who apply this information to building and maintaining society’s infrastructure while protecting our environment.

The conference is managed by the National Cave and Karst Research Institute, which will partner with the University of Puerto Rico to offer this exceptional 2020 meeting in Puerto Rico, one of the premier karst regions of the world.

Conference topics include: Karst Development & Mapping, Pro-Active and Remedial Engineering in Karst Terrain, Karst Water Resource Management. Optional Short Courses will be offered on April 21, 2020, and Field Trips on April 20 and 24, 2020.

2020 April 20 - 24 Puerto Rico

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Field Trips

Our team

George Veni, Ph.D.

Executive Director
National Cave and Karst Research Institute
400-1 Cascades Avenue Carlsbad,
New Mexico 88220-6215 USA
gveni@nckri.org
www.nckri.org

James LaMoreaux, Ph. D.

P. E. LaMoreaux & Associates, Inc. (PELA)

1604 Greensboro Ave.
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 USA
jlamoreaux@pela.com
www.pela.com

Brian Smith, Ph. D.

Barton Springs/Edwards Aquifer
Conservation District
1124 A Regal Row
Austin, Texas 78748
brians@bseacd.org

Ingrid Padilla, Ph. D.

University of Puerto Rico
Department of Civil Engineering and Surveing
PO Box 9000
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico 00681
ingrid.padilla@upr.edu

This highly successful interdisciplinary biennial conference series is the most important international meeting that concentrates on the practical application of karst science. Geologists, engineers, and geographers, who study how and where karst develops and how sinkholes form, interact with engineers and planners, who apply this information to building and maintaining society’s infrastructure while protecting our environment.

The conference is managed by the National Cave and Karst Research Institute, which will partner with the University of Puerto Rico to offer this exceptional 2020 meeting in Puerto Rico, one of the premier karst regions of the world. .

Conference topics include: Karst Development & Mapping, Pro-Active and Remedial Engineering in Karst Terrain, Karst Water Resource Management. Optional Short Courses will be offered on April 21, 2020, and Field Trips on April 20 and 24, 2020.