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January 2015






COVER AND FRONT MATTER Front Cover Table of Contents Full Issue 44(1) -- ARTICLES Microstratigraphic logging of calcite fabrics in speleothems as tool for palaeoclimate studies Silvia Frisia Can XRF scanning of speleothems be used as a non-destructive method to identify paleoflood events in caves? Martin Finné, Malin Kylander, Meighan Boyd, Hanna S. Sundqvist, and Ludvig Löwemark High-resolution digital 3D models of Algar do Penico Chamber: limitations, challenges, and potential Ivo Silvestre M.Sc., José I. Rodrigues PhD, Mauro Figueiredo PhD, and Cristina Veiga-Pires PhD Hairy Stalagmites, a new biogenic root speleothem from Botswana Gerhard C. Du Preez, Paolo Forti, Gerhard Jacobs, Anine Jordaan, and Louwrens Tiedt Range of horizontal transport and residence time of nitrate in a mature karst vadose zone Jiri Kamas, Jiri Bruthans, Helena Vysoka, and Miroslav Kovařík Speleoclimate dynamics in Santana Cave (PETAR, São Paulo State, Brazil): general characterization and implications for tourist management Heros Augusto Santos Lobo, Paulo Cesar Boggiani, and José Alexandre de Jesus Perinotto Structural and hydrological controls on the development of a river cave in marble (Tapagem Cave - SE Brazil) William Sallun Filho, Bruna Medeiros Cordeiro, and Ivo Karmann Radiaxial-fibrous and fascicular-optic Mg-calcitic cave cements: a characterization using electron backscattered diffraction (EBSD) Detlev K. Richter, Adrian Immenhauser, Rolf Dieter Neuser, and Augusto Mangini Groundwater lowering and stream incision rates in the Central Appalachian Mountains of West Virginia, USA Gregory S. Springer, Holly A. Poston, Ben Hardt, and Harold D. Rowe-- BOOK REVIEW Kirkland D.W., 2014 - Role of hydrogen sulfide in the formation of cave and karst phenomena in the Guadalupe Mountains and western Delaware Basin, New Mexico and Texas Leslie A. Melim Open Access - Permission by Publisher Vol. 44, no. 1 (2015) See Extended description for more information.


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