But it is especially in the conceptual plan that Baget constitutes a preferred tool. This system has in effect made it possible to propose a multidisciplinary approach to karst based not only on chemical, isotopic, hydrothermal, and biologic monitoring of numerous flood events, but also on records of water temperature and conductivity for more than 10 years. In addition, complete chemical analysis of groundwater has been conducted for 20 years. Scientific productivity including 13 dissertations and general treatises and 104 publications have resulted from the monitoring of this drainage basin. For this the reason, it was listed among the 15 French Experimental Research Drainage Basins proposed by CEMAGREF at the beginning of the 1990s and it has been a part of the European inventory of the ICARE program. Like other SNO KARST sites, it is part of the national network of Drainage Basins, an approved network that serves as an observatory for the study of various domains of ecology.