As the KIG workshop draws nearer I wanted to provide some updates. The cut-off date for USGS personnel to register for attending the workshop has passed. Registration is still open for everyone else, you can register at the USGS KIG website. We currently have 71 people registered to attend with 31 presenters not including posters presentations. The Texas Geophysical Team will be performing a demonstration of borehole geophysics the evening of the May 14.
Just a brief reminder that the deadline for submitting abstract for the next International Workshop on Ice Caves (IWIC) is approaching (January 31). This IWIC will be held with the Slovak Caves Administration’s 12th Scientific Conference—Research, Protection, and Utilization of Caves.
Please share this info with anyone you might think would be interested.
Looking forward to seeing you in Liptovsky Mikulas on 12-15 May 2020.
President, Glacier, Firn, and Ice Caves Commission
International Union of Speleology
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
GSA Karst Division
The next North-Central Geological Society of America Meeting will occur in Duluth, Minnesota, USA, on May 18-19, 2020.
Karst will be well represented at the meeting with two technical sessions:
T27) The Hydrogeology of Fracture and Karst Bedrock Aquifers; Description: This session will bring together a wide range of geotechnical work on groundwater quality and quantity in non-Darcian fracture and karst bedrock aquifers. Fractures and karst bedrock aquifers are the main groundwater sources on much of the north central region.
You’ve waited a long time, but your wait is over! This message is to officially announce the course lineup for the 2020 Karst Field Studies program. We are pleased to offer the following KFS courses during the summer 2020 season: