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January 24, 2020

The 16th Sinkhole Conference: Register and Help the People of Puerto Rico!

in Miscellaneous by Super User
As written at the top of this news message, our friends in Puerto Rico have told us that the best way you can help the people of the island recover is go to Puerto Rico. We hope you register for the Sinkhole Conference, not simply because we believe it will be a great experience for you, but also because we truly believe it will help these people who have suffered greatly from natural tragedies over the past few years. If you register now and wish to give a presentation, you still have the opportunity. Sign up for Karst Clips, a lightning talk-style session where you can update everyone on…
January 24, 2020

Call for the 2020 EuroSpeleo Protection Label

in Miscellaneous by News Manager
Dear Caving Friends, The European Speleological Federation (FSE) and its European Cave Protection Commission (ECPC) is very pleased to announce the launching of the 2020 Call for the EuroSpeleo Protection Label. Please find enclosed the application form (deadline for applications 15 June 2020). You can also find the application form on the FSE website: http://www.eurospeleo.eu/en/commissions-en/cave-protection/ecpc-activities/eurospeleo-protection-label.html The aim of the EuroSpeleo Protection Label is to support active cave protection in the speleo clubs, committees, national commissions,…

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A statistical model of karstic flow conduits

November 30, 2019 ISSUE 12, 2012 News Manager
Abstract: A statistical model of karstic flow conduits, based on statistical physics of random walks, is developed. It allows us to compute the mean depth of flow conduits versus the distance from the inlet and versus the dip. It provides results that are in…
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The 8.2 ka event: is it registered in Belgian speleothems?

November 30, 2019 ISSUE 12, 2012 News Manager
Abstract: The petrographic, isotopic and chemical changes occurring around 8.2 ka in two stalagmites, one from the Père Noël cave (Han-sur-lesse, Belgium) and one from the Hotton cave (nearby Marche-en-Famenne, Belgium) are presented. The Père Noël stalagmite…
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Formation and development of a karstic system below and above sea level in Messinian Mani Peninsula (S. Greece)

November 30, 2019 ISSUE 12, 2012 News Manager
Abstract: At the western shores of Messinian Mani Peninsula in South Greece, the composite, integrated karstic system of ‘‘Selinitsa’’ cave and ‘‘Drakos’’ underground river is developed above and below sea-level respectively, in the medium-bedded limestones…