Watch: Mariah Bonham | Aquifer Access (3:47 mins)
Mariah Bonham, Groundwater Protection Coordinator, explains why finding abandoned wells is so important to protecting the Edwards Aquifer.
A natural depression or hole formed by the sudden collapse of the land surface, often as a result of dissolution of underlying limestone by flowing groundwater.
A hard sedimentary rock. The Edwards Aquifer is made up of limestone.
Watch: EAA Karst Learning Lab: Limestone Testing (12:51 mins)
Join Sarah Valdez and Jon Cradit as they conduct a limestone testing activity that you can replicate in your classroom or at home!
Watch: Inside an Edwards Aquifer well (2:39 mins)
“Dive” into an Edwards Aquifer Well and learn about how water flows upwards as you “dive” into the depths.
Watch: Porosity (0:43 mins)
Watch: Permeability (0:39 mins)
Watch: Edwards Limestone (1:15 mins)
Watch: Karst (1:04 mins)
Watch: Cave (0:11 mins)
Watch: Geology (0:11 mins)