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Environmental Sciences | Geology and Water Resources of Karstic Regions of Vietnam

Geology and Water Resources of Karstic Regions of Vietnam

Hai, Tran Thanh (Ed.)

2015, 300 p. 90 illus. in color.

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  • About this book

  • This is the first book on the geology and water resources of karst areas in Vietnam: it can be used by both university students and professionals as a major source of reference and learning material for students and professionals interested in Vietnam in the years to come
  • The extensive illustrations, including nearly one hundred color photos and diagrams, are both informative and attractive
  • The book will be a recognized reference resource for international specialists, as it will be published by Springer
Karst terranes are among the most unique geological features and comprise a significant portion of the territory of Vietnam. These areas have provided extensive geological and archeological evidence of the evolution of life on Earth, and host natural resources and exotic lands upon which a large human population depends. Most of the UNESCO-recognized natural heritages and geoparks of Vietnam are in karstic regions. These settings are also considered among the most vulnerable in the world to natural and/or man-induced hazards. A well-founded and diverse understanding of karst, arrived at using a multi-disciplinary approach combining expertise from different fields of geological sciences, is prerequisite to the preservation and sustainable use of natural resources and protection of humans from risks within the karst areas.
This book is dedicated to better understanding the geology, natural resources, natural and anthropogenic hazards in karst areas as well as the responsible use and sustainable management of karst areas. This is the first book of this type ever published on one of the most unique geological features of Vietnam. It will serve as an excellent reference resource on the geology and water resources of karstic area in Vietnam for students and professionals alike. Published in English, this book will help international readers to obtain useful information on the geology and natural resources of Vietnam and as such will stimulate further research and co-operation among different fields of expertise in karst geology from Vietnam and other areas of the world.

Content Level » Research

Keywords » Geology - Geomorphology - Karst - Vietnam - Water Resource

Related subjects » Environmental Sciences - Hydrology and Water Resources

Table of contents 

Socio-geography of the karstic regions of Vietnam.- Geological features of the karstic rocks in Vietnam.- Geomorphologial features of karstic regions of Vietnam.- Hydrologial features of kartsic regions of Vietnam.- Exploitation, usage and protection of water resources in karstic areas of Vietnam.

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