International Workshop on Ice Caves; NCKRI Symposia 4
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National Cave and Karst Research Institute
The International Workshop on Ice Caves (IWIC) is a series of workshops devoted entirely to ice cave research. IWIC is the only conference focused on state-of-the-art in ice cave research, where international experts discuss ongoing research efforts and promote global cooperation in ice cave science and management. The 97-page proceedings of the 6th IWIC contain 20 high quality papers and abstracts that cover ice caves and glacier caves eight countries, three continents, and some extraterrestrial bodies. Topics include modeling, measuring, and monitoring of ice and glacier cave processes, microclimates, and cave ice, as well as the effects of climate change. This IWIC was the first outside of Europe, occurring in Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA, from August 17-23, 2014. IWIC is a conference of the Glacier, Firn, and Ice Caves Commission of the International Union of Speleology, and this 6th IWIC was hosted by NCKRI.
National Cave and Karst Research Institute Symposium 4 6th International Workshop on Ice Caves August 17 through 22, 2014 Idaho Falls, Idaho, USA. Open Access - Permission by Publisher
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National Cave and Karst Research Institute, "Proceedings of the 6th International Workshop on Ice Caves International Workshop on Ice Caves NCKRI Symposia 4" (2014). KIP Talks and Conferences. 83.