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Karst aquifers are heterogeneous terrains, where it is hard to assess any hydraulic parameter. Therefore, a multidisciplinary approach is necessary for research on karst aquifers. The catchment area of the Gacka river springs is typical Dinaric karst terrain formed of karstifi ed carbonates. Groundwater fl ow is mostly directed by preferential fl ow paths usually connected with main faults and fracture zones. In the presented case study, structural, geological, and tectonic characteristics weredoi:10.4154/gc.2009.15 fatcat:qw2kxjo67radfbg4a6pdbi4ipi