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U.S. National Park Service

Publication Date

May 2012

Keywords

United States, Geology, Recreation and Tourism, Resource Management

Description

Contents: A word from WASO / Dale Pate -- Renewal of interagency agreement for cave and karst resources management / Dale Pate -- Reports from the field: Surveying Leandras Cave, longest in Arizona / Steven E. Rice -- The evolution of winter bat survey methodology at Lava Beds NM / Shawn Thomas -- Bighorn sheep paleontological survey at Lava Beds NM / Katrina Smith -- New fly species announced / Gretchen Baker -- The Wind Cave resurvey project / Rod Horrocks -- White Nose Syndrome update: WNS overview, a national perspective / Kevin Castle -- WNS and the National Park Service / Kevin Castle -- Park updates: Buffalo National River / Chuck Bitting -- Carlsbad Caverns National Park / Stan Allison -- Grand Canyon Naitonal Park / Steven E. Rice -- Grand Canyon-Parashant NM / Eathan McIntyre -- Great Basin National Park / Gretchen Baker -- Mammoth Cave National Park / Rick Toomey -- Oregon Caves National Monument / Elizabeth Hale, John Roth, and Emily Ring -- Ozark National Science Riverways / Scott House -- Sequoia - Kings Canyon National Parks -- Timpanogos Cave National Monument / Cami McKinney -- Wind Cave National Park / Rod Horrocks and Marc Ohms. Open Access Vol. 15, no. 1 (2012) See Extended description for more information.

Subject: topical

Geology; Recreation and Tourism; Resource Management

Subject: geographic

United States

Genre

Newsletter; serial

Identifier

K26-01566

Inside earth newsletter: a newsletter of the Cave & Karst Programs of the National Park Service

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