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Cave Research Foundation

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August 1999


United States, Resource Management


Contents: Remembering Floyd Collins / Chris Groves -- California -- 1999 Annual CRF Meeting -- Highlights of the 1999 Eastern Operations Expedition Leaders Meeting -- Arkansas Operation Area -- Missouri Operations Area -- Western Area -- Trapped revised edition published -- What is "Project Caving" and why should it matter? / John Tinsley -- Lilburn Cave Diving Project / Bill Farr -- Discoveries in the Central Kentucky Karst: A paper presented by CRF members Chris Groves and James Wells to the Geography Section of the Kentucky Academy of Science -- How Many Entrances Are There to Mammoth Cave? / Jim Borden -- 14th National Cave and Karst Management Symposium, October 19-22, 1999 - Chattanooga, Tennessee "Living with Caves and Karst" -- An Interview with Mick Sutton and Sue Hagan -- What's with this Cave "Entrance" Thing? / Paul Steward -- Paleontology at Mammoth Cave Past Bat Usage Project / Dr. Rick Toomey -- Exploration/Survey/Cartography Program Activities Report / Bob Osburn -- Mammoth Cave NP Projects -- The Floyd Collins Story Video Debut / Lynn W. Brucker -- ESRI Grant Awarded to CRF / Mike Yocum -- CRF/NPS Small Caves Inventory / R. Scott House -- China-USA Caves Project -- Lilburn Restoration project -- Lava Beds -- News from Cave Books / Paul Steward -- Expedition Calendar. Open Access - Permission by Publisher Windy City Grotto Collection, 1961-2013 Vol. 27, no. 3 (August 1999) See Extended description for more information.

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