Helictite volume 41 is now published (May 1912)
This is a 96 page Special Issue dealing with the Judbarra/Gregory Karst in the monsoon tropics of northern Australia, which hosts the 120 km Bullita Cave - a shallow epikarstic maze system. Other maze caves in the area bring the total explored passage length for the area to ~220 km.
For a list of papers (and a cover image) click here
and for abstracts click here.
Both pages have links to PDF files of the actual papers. Note that these come in two size versions: the smaller "Screen" version has slightly fuzzy images.
Details of Volume 41 follow (the links are to the small versions)...
Grimes, K.G. 2012: Introduction: The Judbarra/Gregory Karst. Helictite, 41: 1-3.
Grimes, K.G. 2012a: Surface karst features of the Judbarra/Gregory Karst, Northern Territory, Australia. Helictite, 41: 15-36.
Grimes, K.G. 2012b: Karst and paleokarst features in sandstones of the Judbarra/Gregory National Park, Northern Territory, Australia. Helictite, 41: 67-73.
Kershaw, R. 2012: A History of Cave Exploration in the Judbarra/Gregory National Park. Helictite, 41: 5-14.
Kershaw, R., 2012: Managing the Survey Information of the Caves of Judbarra/Gregory National Park, Northern Territory. Helictite, 41: 87-94.
Martini, JEJ. & Grimes, KG. 2012: Epikarstic Maze Cave Development: Bullita Cave System, Judbarra/Gregory Karst, Tropical Australia. Helictite, 41: 37-66.
Moulds, T., & Bannink, P. 2012: Preliminary notes on the Cavernicolous Arthropod Fauna of Bullita Karst Area, northern Australia. Helictite, 41: 75-85.