José A Soto's scientific contributions

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Hypogenic morphologies in Cueva del Agua, Cartagena, Spain. Cueva del Agua of Cartagena (Region of Murcia, SE Spain) is a subaqueous cavity flooded by thermal water. It is one of the longest active hydrothermal caves in Spain (>6.000 m). The water level in de cave is marked by proximity of the Mediterranean Sea. The cave acts a thermal outlet and t...
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La grotte du Chameau, située dans le massif des Beni Snassen dans la vallée de Zegzel, dans la province de Berkane, dans l'est du Maroc, une grotte historique, déclarée patrimoine national en 1953, avec une longueur de 1,9 km, est composée de plusieurs niveaux de grandes galeries, le niveau inférieur est temporairement traversé par une rivière, qui...
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Environmental characterisation of the epiphreatic zone in hypogenic contexts: an example from the Cueva del Agua (Cartagena, SE Spain). The environmental conditions that control hypogenic speleogenesis in coastal carbonate aquifers have hardly been monitored in situ due to the inaccessibility of areas where thermal groundwater interacts with seawat...
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Abstract Preliminary report on the results obtained in the explorations in Cueva del Agua, Galerías Blancas sector and the discovery of new galleries. The exploration of a new unpublished gallery called "Galería Rambla Malosa" goes beyond the limit marked by Rambla Malosa, between the limestone massif of Cueva del Agua and Cabezo de Horno, joining...
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Preliminary results obtained in Phase I of the Thermal Research 2019 project, this project analyzes the dynamics of the climate of water and air in Cueva del Agua-Cartagena, this cavity is mostly flooded and the waters maintain temperatures around 29 ° C coming from a thermal aquifer. For a year, water temperatures are recorded at various fixed poi...