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Carbonate Aquifer Characterization Laboratory
- 7500 SW 36th Street Davie, Florida 33314 USA , Davie , United States
- Established on 22 February 2012
- Head: Kevn J. Cunningham
- Phone: 954-377-5913
- Fax: 954-377-5901
- Website: http://sofia.usgs.gov/cacl/
- Contact person: Kevin J.Cunningham
- Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The approach of the Carbonate Aquifer Characterization Institute is focused on the integration of the various disciplines that include karst science, core examination, sequence stratigraphy, borehole geophysics, digital optical borehole imaging, seismic, ground-penetrating radar, computational methods (eg., Lattice Boltzmann methods), and 3D geomodeling.
The Carbonate Aquifer Characterization Laboratory (CACL) was initiated to promote collaborative research on carbonate aquifer characterization between the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) Florida Water Science Center (Davie office) and other governmental scientific agencies and academia. And, also to provide applied research for local, state, and federal agencies, and private industry, when research needs are within the scope of the USGS mission.
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