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Cave and Karst Systems of the World

Cave and Karst Systems of the World
12 Jahrgänge | 2015 - 2019

Beschreibung

This book series furthers the understanding of cave and karst related processes and facilitates the translation of current discipline-specific research to an interdisciplinary readership by dealing with specific cave or karst systems. Books in this series focus on a specific cave or karst system, on the cave or karst systems of a specific region, on a specific type of cave or karst system, or on any other perspective related to cave and karst systems of the world. The book series addresses a multidisciplinary audience involved in anthropology, archaeology, biology, chemistry, geography, geology, geomorphology, hydrogeology, paleontology, sedimentology, and all other disciplines related to speleology and karst terrains.

Alle Bücher der Reihe Cave and Karst Systems of the World

2019 | Buch

Cave and Karst Systems of Romania

This book 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 …

2019 | Buch

The Karst Systems of Florida

Understanding Karst in a Geologically Young Terrain

This book discusses the geology, hydrogeology, and water quality/geochemistry of karst systems in geologically young terrain, using the state of Florida as an example. Also discussed are sinkhole-development models; sinkhole risk; eogenetic karst …

2019 | Buch

The Ankarana Plateau in Madagascar

Tsingy, Caves, Volcanoes and Sapphires

The book describes the Ankarana plateau and its cave network in Madagascar, depicting the natural environment of the Plateau as well as the natural processes which created the cave network of more than 100km with many galleries, some are very …

2018 | Buch

The Middle Paleolithic Site of Pech de l'Azé IV

This book provides comprehensive information on the materials excavated at Pech de l’Azé IV, both by the original excavator François Bordes in the 1970s, and more recently by the authors and their scientific team. Applying a range of new …

2018 | Buch

Caves and Karst of the Greenbrier Valley in West Virginia

The focus of this book is on the more than 2000 caves of the Greenbrier Valley of West Virginia of which the 14 with lengths greater than 10 km have an aggregate length of 639 km. The major caves form the core part of sub-basins which drain to big …

2017 | Buch

Mammoth Cave

A Human and Natural History

This book reveals the science and beauty of Mammoth Cave, the world's longest cave, which has played an important role in the natural sciences. It offers a comprehensive and interdisciplinary treatment of the cave, combining insights from leading …


2017 | Buch

Hypogene Karst Regions and Caves of the World

This book illustrates the diversity of hypogene speleogenetic processes and void-conduit patterns depending on variations of the geological environments by presenting regional and cave-specific case studies. The cases include both well-known and …

2016 | Buch

Cave Exploration in Slovenia

Discovering Over 350 New Caves During Motorway Construction on Classical Karst

This book focuses on the opening and exploration of more than 350 previously undiscovered caves of the Slovenian Karst, discovered during motorway construction work. The summarizes the planning of traffic roads and presents the new findings obtain

2015 | Buch

The Beka-Ocizla Cave System

Karstological Railway Planning in Slovenia

A proposed railway on the 5th European Railway Corridor (Venice-Kiev) between the northern Adriatic ports of Koper (Slovenia) and Trieste (Italy) and the interior of Slovenia required extensive karstological studies and planning. This book contains t

2015 | Buch

The Caves of Burnsville Cove, Virginia

Fifty Years of Exploration and Science

This book highlights some of the most difficult and persistent exploration ever undertaken in the United States – in Burnsville Cove, a small limestone valley in west-central Virginia – while at the same time reviewing the scientific discoveries m

2015 | Buch

Glaciation and Speleogenesis

Interpretations from the Northeastern United States

Focusing on glaciation and speleogenesis in the region of New York and New England, this book serves as an example of a karst region that has experienced large-scale continental glaciation. It reviews the literature on the controls of glaciation o

2015 | Buch

Dynamic Tectonics and Karst

The karstic caves are favorable sites for tectonic events detecting, representing a conservative medium of three-dimensional framework where the tectonic deformations are well preserved. They also provide an environment conducive to dating and det