Dr. Rodrigo Lopes Ferreira of Brazil has announced the launch of the website of the Center of Studies on Subterranean Biology.
The new karst map (digital) of the USA is released by the US GS
An announce for the Friends of Karst meeting this fall in Arkansas
West Virginia University is looking for a new Physical Hydrogeologist at at the Assistant Professor level
The call for abstracts for the 14th Multidisciplinary Conference on Sinkholes and the Engineering and Environmental Impacts of Karst, Rochester, Minnesota, October 2015.
Did you know?
That cave breakdown is 1. enlargement of parts of a cave system by fall of rock masses from walls and ceiling. 2. heaps of rock that have collapsed from the walls and ceiling of a cave, generally called cave breccia . 3. synonym for the collapse of caves, or, in american usage, for the debris produced by collapse .?
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