A geophysical attempt to locate a potential cave in the near-vicinity of a water well at Anacacho Limestone setting, Medina County, TexasBy Mustafa Saribudak and Alf HawkinsEnvironmental Geophysics Associates, Austin, Texas Abstract Resistivity and natural potential (NP, also called self-potential) surveys were performed in the eastern part of Medina County, Texas. According to the geological data available, the Upper Cretaceous Anacacho limestone crops out at the study area.
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