General Theory of Hypogene Karst

  • Principal Characteristics of Hypogene Speleogenesis / Alexander B. Klimchouk
  • Diagnostic Features of Hypogenic Karst: Is Confined Flow Necessary? / John E. Mylroie and Joan R. Mylroie
  • Volcanogenic Karstification: Implications of this Hypogene Process / Marcus O. Gary and John M. Sharp, Jr.
  • Folia Speleothems, A Hypogenic Degassing Origin / Philippe Audra, Ludovic Mocochain, Jean-Yves Bigot and Jean-Claude NobeĢcourt

Hypogene Karst Site Studies

  • Examples of Hypogenic Karst Collapse Structures: Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, Minnesota, USA / Kelton D. Barr and E. Calvin Alexander, Jr.
  • Structural and Facies Control of Hypogenic Karst Development in the Guadalupe Mountains, New Mexico, USA / Paul Burger
  • The Role of Hypogene Processes in Sulfate Reduction and Speleogenesis in the Castile Formation: Eddy County, New Mexico and Culberson County, Texas, USA / Raymond G. Nance and Kevin W. Stafford
  • Hypogenic Origin of Robber Baron Cave: Implications on the Evolution and Management of the Edwards Aquifer, Central Texas, USA / George Veni and Lynn Heizler

Regional Hypogene Karst Studies

  • Reactivated Basement Faulting as a Hydrogeologic Control of Hypogene Speleogenesis in the Southern Ozarks of Arkansas, USA / John Van Brahana, Rodney Tennyson, Jim Terry, Phillip D. Hays and Erik Pollock
  • The Relationship of Oil Field-Derived Hydrogen Sulfide in the Permian (Guadalupian) Artesia Group to Sulfuric Acid Speleogenesis in the Guadalupe Mountains, New Mexico and Texas, USA / Harvey R. DuChene
  • The Pecos River Hypogene Speleogenetic Province: A Basin-Scale Karst Paradigm for Eastern New Mexico and West Texas, USA / Kevin W. Stafford, Lewis Land, Alexander B. Klimchouk and Marcus O. Gary

Natural Resources and Hypogene Karst

  • Carbonate-Hosted Massive Sulfide Deposits and Hypogene Speleogenesis:
  • A Case Study from Nanisvik Zinc / Lead Mine, Baffin Island, Canada / Derek Ford
  • The Impact of Hypogenic Processes on Water Resources in the Arid Southwest: Examples from the Lower Pecos Region of New Mexico, USA / Lewis Land
  • Upper Ordovician Trenton-Black River Hydrothermal Dolomite Reservoirs of Eastern North America / Langhorne B. Smith, Jr.