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CRF newsletter

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Publisher

Cave Research Foundation

Publication Date

August 1988

Keywords

United States, Resource Management

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Carlsbad Cavern -- Spring board meeting -- In memoriam Roberta Swicegood -- Guadalupe mountains national park project -- Superintendent Smith promoted -- Academy of sciences elects Patty Jo Watson -- Sarah Bishop appointed to national parks commission -- 1988 CRF karst fellowship awards -- CRF at park research meeting -- Survey calculation for (almost ) everyone -- Carlsbad preliminary maps near completion / Ron Lipinski -- Expeditions: Mammoth Cave: Easter expedition April 1-2 Leader, Rick Olson -- May expedition, May 28-29 Leader, Buz Grover -- Lilburn: April expedition April 29 - May 1 Leader, Peter Bosted -- Memorial Day expedition, May 29-31 Leader, Dave DesMarais -- Guadalupes: March expedition, March 19-20 Leader, Bill Ziegler -- Spring expedition, April 17 Leader, Dave Dell -- Guadalupe Mountains National Park April 24 Leader, Jerry Atkinson -- July Expedition 1987 Leader, Cyndi Masch Seanor -- Missouri, April through June / Mick Sutton -- Carlsbad restoration / Richard F. Venters -- White snowballs -- China expedition '88 - publication due September / Ron Bridgeman -- Changing atittudes: an interview with Ron Kerbo -- Lechuguilla now 2nd deepest in U.S. / Donald Davis -- Book notes: Beneath the mountains, David Rose and Richard Gregson / Sue Hagan, Mick Sutton -- Calendar. Open Access - Permission by Publisher Vol. 16, no. 3 (1988) See Extended description for more information.

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Resource Management

Subject: geographic

United States

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Newsletter; serial

Identifier

K26-00734

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