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Caves and karst: Research in speleology



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Cave Research Associates Tumbling Creek Cave Foundation

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October 1962




Cave research meeting Stanford Research Institute, Menlo Park, California August 24-25, 1962 -- Abstracts of papers: Progress of the biological survey of Virginia caves by John R. Holsinger; Remarks on an essentially static cave solution system: Bower Cave, California by R. deSaussure; Origin, natural history, and fauna of Subway Cave, a lava tube in northern California by Richard E. Graham; New developments in cave geometry by Arthur L. Lange; Progressive changes of shapes by solution in the laboratory by George D. Mowat; Geology and mining operations in U.S. Guano Cave, Mohave County, Arizona by William B. Beatty; The general formation and development of limestone caves by R. deSaussure; A classification system for cave pearls by Leigh A. Readdy; The moth traephosa haesitataof California and Nevada caves by Richard E. Graham; Grand Canyon cave provinces by Arthur L. Lange -- Annotated biblography. Cave Notes(vols. 1-8) and Caves and Karst: Research in Speleology(vols. 9-15) were published by Cave Research Associates from 1959-1973. In 1975, the Tumbling Creek Cave Foundation compiled complete sets of the journals in three volumes. The Foundation sells hardbound copies of the material to support its activities. Open Access - Permission by Publisher Windy City Grotto Collection, 1961-2013 Vol. 4, no. 5 (1962) See Extended description for more information.

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Cave Notes Caves and karst: Research in speleology



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