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National Cave & Karst Management Symposia; NCKMS



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January 1977


National cave management symposium proceedings, Big Sky, Montana, October 3-7, 1977Contents: Caves of the Northwest: A Unique Resource with Unique Management Implications / James Chester -- Management: A Working Definition / Rochelle Devereau -- Wilderness Caves of the Northwest: A Method of Inventory / Newell Campbell - James Chester -- The New Melones Cave Evaluation Study: An Example of Management Implementation / Mike McEachern - Mark Grady -- Cave Management of the Lincoln National Forest / Jerry Trout -- A Cave Classification System / Jerry Trout -- A Study of Visitor Tour Preferences at Lewis and Clark Caverns / Stephanie Gilbert -- The Management of Horsethief Cave / Roger D. Inman -- Cave Management at Buffalo National River: The Beginning / M.R. Fletcher - L.L. Mintzmeyer - K. Whizenant -- The Management Plan for the Lava Caves Area on Mt. St. Helens / David Seesholtz -- Management of Ape Cave, the Second Longest Unitary Lava Tube in the Continental United States / Ellen M. Benedict - Mary L. White - James Wolff -- Cave Management for Endangered Bats and Other Purposes by the St. Louis District, Corps of Engineers at Meramec Park Lake, Missouri / John T. Brady -- Residential Development Above Devils Icebox: A Conflict of Land Value Attitudes / Gene Hargrove -- Potential Liability of the United States from Persons Exploring Caves on the Public Lands / John D. Erdmann -- Everything You Always Wanted to Know and More on Caving Liability / Hugh W. Blanchard -- Cave Restoration: An Underview of Correcting Overviewing / Katherine Rhode - Ronal Kerbo -- Comments on "Restoration of Wild Caves" / Charles A. Plantz -- Horsethief-Big Horn Cave System vs. Uranium Mining: A Short Synopsis of Managing Conservation Efforts / Wayne M. Sutherland -- Achievement of Cave Management Goals Through Access Design / Dr. Thomas J. Gallagher -- An Interpretive Concept for Nakimu Caves / John G. Woods -- Cave Management in Western Canada / Philip R. Whitfield -- Basic Considerations in the Management of Ice Caves and Glacier Caves / Dr. William R. Halliday, M.D. -- Special Management Considerations of Lava Caves / James Neiland - Libby Neiland - Ellen Benedict -- Wilderness Caving: What It Has Meant on Silvertip Mountain / William Steele -- Cave Resources of Grand Teton National Park / Charles Plantz -- Photography as a Cave Management Tool / Charles V. Larson -- A Photomonitoring System for Horsethief Cave, Wyoming / David L. Stout -- Variation in the Cave Environment and its Biological Implications / Merlin D. Tuttle - Diane E. Stevenson -- Visual Characteristics of Caves: An Informational Perspective / Dr. Thomas J. Gallagher -- Cave Radiation Health Seminar / Robert T. Beckman -- Airborne Alpha Radiation in Natural Caves Administered by the National Park Service / Keith A. Yarborough -- Alpha Radiation Project at Carlsbad Caverns: Two Years and Still Counting / Gary M. Ahlstrand - Patricia L. Fry. Open Access - Permission by Publisher Northup Database Collection See Extended description for more information.


Conference Proceeding


National Cave and Karst Management Symposia





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