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Fwd: Cave and karst news and announcements from NCKRI

Автор: Bulat Mavlyudov
Дата: 05 Aug 2018

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Тема: Cave and karst news and announcements from NCKRI

Dear Friends,


Below is the latest news from NCKRI and our colleagues around the world.


·       Funding Increase for NCKRI!

·       15th Sinkhole Conference Proceedings Now Available

·       Graduate Student Karst Hydrology Research Assistantships Available: University of Guam

·       Call for Karst Spring Discharge Data for Common Publication

·       Call for Papers: Espelunca

·       5th Texas Hydro-Geo Workshop: USA

·       California Cave Life Symposium: Recorded Talks Now Available

·       European Cave Rescue Association Annual Meeting and General Assembly

·       EuroSpeleo Newsletter, July 2018 – Bulletin d'information EuroSpeleo, julliet 2018
·       New Book: Cave and Karst Systems of Romania

·       Announcing: 23rd National Cave & Karst Management Symposium

·       Job Announcements in Karst Hydrogeology: Edwards Aquifer Authority, USA

·       4th International Anchialine Ecosystems Symposium: Canary Islands, Spain

·       Online Book Available on Anchialine Ecosystems

·       British Cave Research Association 29th Cave Science Symposium

·       Geological Society of America Convention: Karst Sessions Call for Abstract

·       List of Upcoming Cave and Karst Meetings


Please contact the people and organizations listed below for more information, and feel free to share this message with anyone who may be interested.






Funding Increase for NCKRI!


NCKRI has received a $500,000 increase in its annual federal support! Senator Martin Heinrich picked up the ball to start this effort and Senator Tom Udall carried it to the finish line. NCKRI is a non-profit organization funded through a combination of federal, State of New Mexico, and private support. We thank the senators, their fabulous staffs, and the National Park Service who worked together to make this possible. Stay tuned in the coming months for more news as we put those funds to good use.




15th Sinkhole Conference Proceedings Now Available


Since the publication of the first volume in 1984, the proceedings of the Multidisciplinary Conference on Sinkholes and the Engineering and Environmental Impacts of Karst (generally called “The Sinkhole Conference”) have been widely used and cited.  The proceedings from this year’s conference, the 15th, are a 425-page volume that contains 53 peer-reviewed papers organized under the following headings: a) Karst Hydrogeology, b) Sinkhole Litigation and Liability, c) GIS Mapping-Management of Karst, d) Karst Hydrology and Geochemistry, e) Appalachian Karst, f) Formation of Karst and Sinkholes, g) Karst Geophysics, and h) Geotechnical and Modeling Investigations in Karst. This 15th conference was organized jointly by NCKRI and the Karst Waters Institute to include the 3rd Appalachian Karst Symposium.


These proceedings and other reports from the conference can be download at no cost from the NCKRI website: http://www.nckri.org/about_nckri/nckri_publications.htm. Select Symposium 7. While you are there, you are welcome to download other NCKRI publications, all of which are available for free.




Graduate Student Karst Hydrology Research Assistantships Available: University of Guam


Dear recent graduates in natural sciences, engineering, math or computer science:


The University of Guam’s Water & Environmental Research Institute of the Western Pacific (WERI) is offering two two-year research assistantships beginning August 2018 (Fall Semester, Fanuchanan) or January 2019 (Spring Semester, Fanomnakan) for research work in karst hydrology and/or remote sensing that can earn you a Master of science degree in UOG’s graduate Environmental Science program.  The project is funded by NASA EPSCoR, and is collaborative with the University of Hawaii’s College of Engineering (UHCOE). Researchers on Guam will use self-guiding unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) developed by UHCOE engineering faculty and students to collect, analyze, and interpret thermal imagery to locate and estimate freshwater discharge into coastal waters from the limestone aquifer of northern Guam. The University of Guam is a US Land Grant University accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, and WERI is one of the nation’s top-ranked National Institutes for Water Resources Research.


Fieldwork will include locating, mapping, and measuring freshwater discharge from coastal caves, fractures, and submerged springs. Measurements will provide ground truth by which to calibrate remotely-sensed estimates of freshwater discharge from thermal imagery collected by UAVs. Graduate research assistants at the University of Guam will work with teams of UOG and UHCOE researchers to deploy and operate UAVs, collect field data in the coastal zone, and analyze and interpret remotely-sensed data in light of ground-based field data. Research assistantships will pay a salary plus tuition and fees for two years for work leading to a Master of Science degree in Environmental Science.


If you would like to do cutting-edge research in remote-sensing, GIS, and/or coastal karst hydrogeology while earning an MSci. in Environmental Science and living and working on a tropical island in the western Pacific, please contact Dr. John Jenson, Director, WERI, and/or Dr. Romina King, Assistant Professor of Geography, University of Guam at the addresses below.  You may apply on-line through the Research Corporation University of Guam-Job Announcements, at the link below.  


To learn more about this opportunity and see some photos what could be your field area, take a look at the presentation in the link below, or contact Dr. John Jenson, WERI Director at or Dr. Romina King at . www.uog.edu




Ready to apply? Visit Research Corporation University of Guam - Job Announcements




Call for Karst Spring Discharge Data for Common Publication


Dear karst researcher,


The aim of this project is to make a large number of karst spring discharge observations publicly available, which we believe will bring great advancement to the karst research community.


Since 2015, we have been collecting data of karst spring discharge observations across the globe from national databases, published articles, PhD theses, NGO reports, and—most importantly—from research partners like you.


The data collection will continue until October and we will be glad to expand the database with your data. All datasets will be published in a data journal and all contributors will be invited for co-authorship.


Please find below the key information for data contribution to the project: 



We are essentially interested in time series observations of karst spring discharges. Our standards are datasets with at least daily resolution and three hydrological years. In addition, other information of the spring catchment such as spring name, precipitation, elevation, longitude and latitude, recharge area, vegetation and catchment area can be included if available.



Due to the general difficulty to obtain data in tropical and sub-tropical regions, spring discharge observations with coarser resolution and less the three (3) hydrological years coming from this region will be accepted.


Time plan & deadline for data provision

We plan to prepare a data publication with all datasets that we have at the beginning of autumn. All data contributors will be invited for co-authorship. To meet our target for the publication, we have set a deadline for all friends willing to contribute data to support this project. Therefore, we would like to receive all (contributors’) data on or before 1 October 2018.


The data journal

We were in contact with Nature Scientific Data and Earth System Science Data. Both journals have reasonable impact factors and are open access. The publication costs will be covered by the German Research Foundation (DFG), which is funding the project (https://bit.ly/2mszWiU). While Nature Scientific data has a very strict review procedure, Earth System Science Data signalized that they support every contribution that brings advance to the scientific community. We will try Nature Scientific Data first.


Present state of work

Recently, we presented the state of the data base at the just IAH Eurokarst conference in Besancon, France (https://bit.ly/2N6SRuQ). We are currently drafting the paper and preparing the data validation.


If you want to join with your data, please get in contact with our data base expert Tunde Olarinoye ().


We hope to make this project a community effort and we look forward to receiving your contribution.


Thank so much for your participation,

Andreas Hartmann & Tunde Olarinoye


JProf. Dr. Andreas Hartmann


Chair of Hydrological Modeling and Water Resources

Universities of Freiburg and Bristol

Friedrichstraße 39, 79098 Freiburg, Germany

Phone +49.761.203.3520 | Fax +49.761.203.3594


www.hydmod.uni-freiburg.de | http://www.subsurface-heterogeneity.com

On Twitter @sub_heterogenty | Blogging for Water Underground at the AGU Blogosphere and EGU Blogs




Call for Papers: Espelunca


The Cuban Journal Espelunca has issued a call for papers on all speleological topics. For details see the attached file.




5th Texas Hydro-Geo Workshop: USA




We’re pleased to announce that the 5th Texas Hydro-Geo Workshop will occur October 5-7, 2018 at Cave Without a Name, near Boerne, Texas.


We’re adding some new modules to the event to include more aquatic biology and we’re working on the final details for our keynote speaker.


The event will start on Friday evening and run though noon on Sunday. We are again expecting 350 participants and will have somewhere around 40 concurrent modules to choose from.


There will be lightening talks on Friday evening and Saturday evening after the keynote speaker.  


Early registration is $50 and includes Saturday and Sunday breakfast, Saturday dinner, T shirt, camping, books.


For more information and to register for the event, go to www.hydrogeoworkshop.org




Geary Schindel





California Cave Life Symposium: Recorded Talks Now Available


Nine recorded talks are now available from the California Cave Life Symposium, which was held at the California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, on April 28, 2018.


The talks are available for free download at http://cavelife.info/  Follow the link to the symposium.


These are PowerPoint files (.pptx) and matching video files (.wmv) of the recorded talks with embedded sound tracks. 


The talks cover broad areas and can be used at caver meetings, training events, and science classes. The lectures are about California and US cave biology, geology, paleontology, biogeography, evolution, ecology, the history of California caving, arachnids, beetles, macrophotography, conservation, studies initiated by the New Melones Dam controversy in the 1970s, and multiple studies until today. 


The speakers are Bill Elliott, Geo Graening, Darrell Ubick, Rolf Aalbu, Jean Krejca, Craig Rudolph, Tom Rickman, and the Academy's Shannon Bennett and Barb Andrews. The discussions range across western states, Texas, Mexico, and eastern states. 


A panel discussion by the speakers includes guest experts, Bruce Rogers and Joel Despain, answering questions from the audience.


One may also download a free pdf of the book, The Cave Fauna of California.




European Cave Rescue Association Annual Meeting and General Assembly


Dear Cavers,


The European Cave Rescue Association board invites you to this year’s meeting and the annual general assembly.


It takes place from 1st to 4th of November in Casola Valsenio in Italy, together with the big international cavers’ meeting.


For further information see the 1st circular at http://caverescue.eu/12th-european-cave-rescue-meeting-1st-circular/


Best Regards,

Kurt Dennstedt

Secretary General of

European Cave Rescue Association (ECRA)
c/o   Winzendorferstraße 98
        2731 Saubersdorf, AUSTRIA
        +43 680 23 000 25




EuroSpeleo Newsletter, July 2018 – Bulletin d'information EuroSpeleo, julliet 2018

English version (version Française ci-dessous)

It is with great pleasure that the European Speleological Federation (FSE) publishes its second EuroSpeleo Newsletter in year 2018. This Newsletter will be exclusively available in electronic form and it will be distributed through the FSE mailing lists, website and Facebook page. It will be edited by the FSE Bureau and will inform member countries and individual speleologists about important events nationally and internationally as well as new developments and the initiatives of the FSE and its member countries. This Newsletter will be released on an occasional basis.


Please spread this newsletter on the broadest way possible among caving clubs and individual speleologists and all those interested.


You can download the English version of the July 2018 Newsletter here:  



With cordial regards,

The FSE Bureau, July 2018



Version Française

C'est avec grand plaisir que la Fédération Spéléologique Européenne (FSE) publie le Bulletin d'Information EuroSpeleo, julliet 2018. Ce bulletin sera exclusivement disponible sous forme électronique, et il sera distribué à travers les listes de diffusion FSE, le site Web et la page Facebook. Il sera édité par le Bureau de la FSE et informera les pays membres et spéléologues individuels sur des choses importantes à l'échelle nationale et internationale ainsi que de nouveaux développements et des initiatives de la FSE et ses pays membres. Ce bulletin sera publié sur une base occasionnelle.


S'il vous plaît diffuser ce bulletin d'information sur la manière la plus large possible parmi les clubs spéléologiques et spéléologues individuels et tous ceux qui s'intéressent.


Vous pouvez télecharger la version Française du Bulletin d”Information de julliet 2018 ici:




Le Bureau de la FSE, julliet 2018




New Book: Cave and Karst Systems of Romania


This book, edited by Gheorghe Ponta and Dr. Bogdan Onac, focuses on Romania’s more than 12,000 caves, which developed in limestone (including thermal water caves), salt, gypsum, and occasionally in sandstone. It examines these caves and related topics in a format suitable for cavers, while also addressing a broad range of aspects useful for students and researchers. Since the Institute of Speleology was first established by Emil Racovita in 1920, a great deal of research has been conducted on all cave and karst types. As such, the book examines a variety of scientific fields, including karst geology, hydrogeology, biospeleology, paleoclimatology, mineralogy and archaeology. For more information visit: https://www.springer.com/us/book/9783319907451




Announcing: 23rd National Cave & Karst Management Symposium


The 2019 NCKMS Symposium (23rd National Cave & Karst Management Symposium) will be held in Bristol, Virginia, USA,  during the week of 7-11 October 2019. Contact the 2019 Symposium Chair, Wil Orndorff,  or visit http://nckms.org/2019-symposium for more information.




Job Announcements in Karst Hydrogeology: Edwards Aquifer Authority, USA


Two job opportunities are available in the Aquifer Science section of the Edwards Aquifer Authority (https://www.edwardsaquifer.org/). The Edwards Aquifer is a major karst aquifer and the Authority’s offices are located in San Antonio, Texas, USA. They are looking to fill two positions:

  1. Hydrologic Coordinator ( https://www.edwardsaquifer.org/app/main/files-module/local/documents/PVA%2018-18%20Hydrologic%20Coordinator.pdf )
  2. Research Manager ( https://www.edwardsaquifer.org/app/main/files-module/local/documents/PVA%2017-18%20Research%20Manager,%20Aquifer%20Management%20Services.pdf )


If you have any questions, contact Paul Bertetti (), Director of Aquifer Science, or Marcus Gary (), Field Operations Supervisor.




4th International Anchialine Ecosystems Symposium: Canary Islands, Spain


The 4th International Anchialine Ecosystems Symposium will be held in Lanzarote, Canary Islands from 1-7 October 2018. The conference website is www.4isae.es.


Anchialine refers to seawater flooded caves and groundwater along the coastlines of both volcanic as well as limestone terrain. The Spanish island of Lanzarote in the eastern Atlantic Ocean contains spectacular volcanic lava tubes on land as well as beneath the sea floor. The Atlantida tunnel cave is the world’s longest submarine lava tube and has been explored by cave divers for 1.6 km.




Online Book Available on Anchialine Ecosystems


A well-illustrated PDF book describing the Atlantida lava tube and its unique biology is available for free download in both English and Spanish editions:

Guide to the anchialine ecosystems of Jameos del Agua and Túnel de la Atlántida

Guía interpretativa de los ecosistemas anquialinos de Los Jameos del Agua y Túnel de la Atlántida




British Cave Research Association 29th Cave Science Symposium: Call for Abstracts


The British Cave Research Association 29th Cave Science Symposium be held on Saturday, 13 October 2018, at the University of Bristol, United Kingdom. See the attached circular for more information on the symposium and the call for abstracts.




Geological Society of America Convention: Karst Sessions Call for Abstract


Dear Colleagues and Friends,


We would like to draw your attention to Karst Division sessions at the 2018 Geological Society of America (GSA) Annual Meeting (see below), which will take place in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA from 4-7 November 2018 (https://community.geosociety.org/gsa2018/home). The abstract deadline is soon approaching (14 August at 11:59 pm PDT). Please consider submitting an abstract to one or more of these sessions, and let us know if you have any questions.


Your GSA Karst Division Joint Technical Program Committee Representatives,

Andrew Luhmann (), Jonathan Sumrall (), and Jason Polk ()


T1. Karst Hazards and Monitoring

Walter Kutschke
GSA Karst Division; GSA Geophysics and Geodynamics Division
Abstracts should be focused on hazards monitoring approaches found in karst landscapes. Topics include technical applications (e.g., LiDAR, 3D scanning, geodatabase development) and management implications (resource management, education, policy and regulation in karst areas).
Karst | http://www.geosociety.org/images/gsa/annualmeeting/eng.gif | http://www.geosociety.org/images/gsa/annualmeeting/hydro.gif
Submit an abstract to this session


T2. Cave and Karst Research in Indiana and Kentucky: A Tribute to Art Palmer, Peg Palmer, and Dick Powell

Lee J. Florea, Patricia N. Kambesis
GSA Karst Division; GSA Hydrogeology Division; GSA Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology Division; National Cave and Karst Research Institute; Indiana Geological and Water Survey
This session seeks presentations and conversations from those whose lives and careers have been touched by friendships and collaborations with Art Palmer, Peg Palmer, and Dick Powell.
Karst | Hydrogeology | Geomorphology | http://www.geosociety.org/images/gsa/annualmeeting/hydro.gif
Submit an abstract to this session


T3. Karst Hydrology and Hydrogeology

Benjamin Schwartz
GSA Karst Division; GSA Geophysics and Geodynamics Division; GSA Hydrogeology Division
This session calls for abstracts themed around the fundamental aspects of fluid-rock interactions within karst landscapes, including geologic, hydrogeologic, and hydrologic investigations. Topics include dye tracing, aquifer processes, surface-subsurface hydrology, and quantitative modeling.
Karst | http://www.geosociety.org/images/gsa/annualmeeting/hydro.gif
Submit an abstract to this session


T4. Karst Ecosystems and Biogeochemistry

Robert Simmons, Joseph Honings
GSA Karst Division
Abstracts are sought that deal with the study of cave and karst ecosystems, including the identification, quantification, and/or discussion of biota, flora, microbial, and related biogeochemical processes or environments in or near karst features.
Submit an abstract to this session


T5. Karst Processes and Speleology

Angel Garcia, Angel Acosta-Colon
GSA Karst Division
This session seeks abstracts involving cave and karst forming processes, geomorphic evolution of karst landscapes, and cave system development, including geochemical, morphological, and cave survey studies. Carbonate weathering, diagenesis, hypogene processes, carbonate mineralogy, and structural controls influencing cave development.
Submit an abstract to this session


T6. Critical Zone Science in Karst and Carbonate Terrains

Chris Groves, Matthew D. Covington, Alan Fryar, C. Zhu
GSA Karst Division; GSA Hydrogeology Division; GSA Soils and Soil Processes Division; GSA Geobiology & Geomicrobiology Division; GSA Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology Division; National Cave and Karst Research Institute
To advance understanding of relevant processes, we seek contributions that integrate geochemistry, biogeochemistry, hydrogeology, geophysics, and geomorphology, as well as those that employ isotope and modeling techniques, to examine karst critical zone processes.
Karst | Environmental Geoscience | Hydrogeology | http://www.geosociety.org/images/gsa/annualmeeting/hydro.gif
Submit an abstract to this session


T7. Karst Sedimentary, Paleoclimate, and Historical Records

Joshua Feinberg
GSA Karst Division
Abstracts are sought that include the use of cave deposits, karst environmental records, and geoarchaeological and historical investigations to reconstruct or interpret past climates, landscapes, extreme events, and land use histories in karst areas.
Submit an abstract to this session


T8. Pseudo-Karst Processes and Features

Jonathan B. Sumrall, Jason S. Polk
GSA Karst Division
This session seeks abstracts on topics focused on the origin, development, depositional processes, biogeology, and management of landscapes and features that morphologically or in other ways resemble karst.
Karst | http://www.geosociety.org/images/gsa/annualmeeting/eng.gif | http://www.geosociety.org/images/gsa/annualmeeting/hydro.gif
Submit an abstract to this session


T65. Recent Advances in Using Near-Surface Geophysics to Solve Geological Problems

Kevin L. Mickus
GSA Geophysics and Geodynamics Division; GSA Quaternary Geology and Geomorphology Division; GSA Environmental & Engineering Geology Division; GSA Hydrogeology Division; GSA Soils and Soil Processes Division; GSA Karst Division; GSA Geoarchaeology Division
We encourage novel studies that use near-surface geophysics (electrical, electromagnetic, seismic, gravity, magnetics) to investigate a variety of geological problems including groundwater, karst, geomorphology, archaeology, urban geology, engineering geology.
Geophysics/Geodynamics | Hydrogeology | Karst | http://www.geosociety.org/images/gsa/annualmeeting/eng.gif | http://www.geosociety.org/images/gsa/annualmeeting/hydro.gif
Submit an abstract to this session


T102. Dye Tracing and Emerging Environmental Tracers in Hydrogeology

Douglas Gouzie, Dorothy J. Vesper
GSA Hydrogeology Division; GSA Karst Division
We seek a broad variety of tracer applications—from dye-tracing studies in karst and surface water hydrology to isotopic, microelectronic, nanoparticle, and other innovative tracers used in the range of hydrogeologic and hydrologic studies.
Hydrogeology | Karst | Geochemistry | http://www.geosociety.org/images/gsa/annualmeeting/eng.gif | http://www.geosociety.org/images/gsa/annualmeeting/hydro.gif
Submit an abstract to this session


T103. Springs: Groundwater-Influenced Ecosystems, Gaining Streams, and Wetlands

Abraham E. Springer, Sue Swanson, Brad David Wolaver
GSA Hydrogeology Division; GSA Karst Division; GSA Geobiology & Geomicrobiology Division; GSA Limnogeology Division
Springs maintain aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems, streams, wetlands, and water sources globally. Presentations are encouraged from multidisciplinary, collaborative studies of the characterization, monitoring, modeling, and education of stakeholders to improve the understanding of springs, associated ecosystems, and anthropogenic users.
Hydrogeology | Karst | Geomicrobiology | http://www.geosociety.org/images/gsa/annualmeeting/hydro.gif
Submit an abstract to this session




List of Upcoming Cave and Karst Meetings


1)         International Training Camp for Young Speleologists, 28 July to 11 August 2018 (Swabian Alb, Germany), http://www.juhoefola.de/english.html

2)         BERGER 2018 "Clean deep", 29 July – 20 August 2018 (Vercors, France), http://cds39.fr/BFC/B18/

3)         Summer School on Speleology, 5 -15 August 2018 (Yogyakarta, Indonesia), http://speleo.geo.ugm.ac.id/

4)         EuroSpeleo Forum 2018, 23-26 August 2018 (Ebensee, Austria), http://eurospeleo.at/expo.html

5)         24th International Conference on Subterranean Biology, 20-24 August 2018 (University of Aveiro, Portugal), http://24icsb.web.ua.pt/.

6)         Speleology and Environmental Legislation Symposium, 24-26 August 2018 (Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, Brazil), www.selamop.com/.

7)         International Association of Hydrogeologists Congress, with Topic 7: Advances in Karst and Fractured-rock Hydrogeology, 9-14 September 2018 (Daejeon, South Korea), http://iah2018.org/

8)         24th International Cave Bear Symposium, 27-30 September 2018 (Chepelare, Bulgaria), http://icbs2018.at

9)         Biospeleology and Theoretical & Applied Karstology Symposium, 27-30 September 2018 (Băile Herculane, Romania), http://www.btak.iser.ro/index.html

10)      4th International Anchialine Ecosystems Symposium, 1-7 October 2018 (Lanzarote, Canary Islands, Spain), www.4isae.es

11)      International Workshop for Women Speleologists in Latin America, 2-6 October 2018, (Viñales, Pinar del Río, Cuba),

12)      Middle Eastern Speleological Symposium, 3-6 October 2018 (Antalya, Turkey), http://mess4.com/.

13)      British Cave Research Association 29th Cave Science Symposium, 13 October 2018 (Bristol, United Kingdom), for information contact Gina Moseley (gina.moseley[-at-]uibk.ac.at)

14)      8th Congress of the International Show Caves Association, 12-18 October 2018 (Genga, Italy), http://www.i-s-c-a.com/event/68-8th-isca-congress

15)      16th International Symposium of Speleotherapy, 24-28 October 2018 (Zlate Hory, Czech Republic), http://www.speleotherapycommission.webgarden.com/menu/news/the-xvi-th-international 

16)      1st Columbian Speleological Congress and 8th Congress of FEALC (Federation of Latin American and Caribbean Speleological Associations), 6-10 November 2018 (San Gil, Columbia), http://sociedadcolombianadegeologia.org/i-congreso-colombiano-de-espeleologia-y-viii-congreso-espeleologico-de-america-latina-y-el-caribe/

17)      International Cave Rescue Training, 10-18 November 2018 (Lozere, France),

18)      XIV National Congress of Speleology, 1-4 February 2019 (Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico), http://umae.org/congreso2019/

19)      1st Colloquium on the Caves of Azé, 9-10 March 2019 (Saône-et-Loire, France), for more information, contact:

20)      Hypogea 2019: The International Congress of Speleology in Artificial Cavities, 20-25 May 2019 (Dobrich, Bulgaria), http://www.hypogea2019.org/

21)      National Speleological Congress of Switzerland, 9-12 August 2019 (Interlaken, Switzerland), https://sinterlaken.ch/en/

22)      ArmConference 2019: Caves as Natural and Cultural Monuments, 11-13 September 2019 (Yerevan, Armenia), http://armconference2019.com/

23)      National Cave and Karst Management Symposium, 7-11 October 2019 (Bristol, Virginia, USA), http://nckms.org/2019-symposium

24)      18th International Congress of Speleology, 23-29 July 2021 (Lyon, France), http://uis2021.speleos.fr/




George Veni, PhD

Executive Director

National Cave and Karst Research Institute (NCKRI)



International Union of Speleology (UIS)


Direct address at NCKRI

400-1 Cascades Avenue

Carlsbad, New Mexico 88220-6215 USA

Office: +1-575-887-5517

Mobile: +1-210-863-5919

Fax: +1-575-887-5523



UIS address:

Titov trg 2

6230 Postojna




Bulat Mavlyudov

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