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19 júla 2018

29th Annual BCRA Cave Science Symposium

This will take place on Saturday 13 October 2018, at the School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol. Notice is hereby given that the 2018 Annual General Meeting of the British Cave Research Association will be held
18 júla 2018

Video – Drammatica testimonianza dello speleosub britannico nel soccorso in Thailandia (in inglese)

20 júna 2018

When cozying up with would-be predators, cleaner shrimp follow a dependable script

It's a mystery how cleaner shrimp partner with would-be fish predators -- sometimes even climbing in their mouths -- without getting eaten. A new study reveals how the shrimp convinces fish not to eat them, and the
20 júna 2018

Do bats adapt to gates at abandoned mines?

Abandoned mines can serve as roost sites for bats, but because the mines pose serious risks to humans, officials often install gates at their entrances.
5 júna 2018

A Frasassi domani l’ISCA per festeggiare la giornata internazionale delle grotte (turistiche?)

INTERNATIONAL DAY of CAVES and SUBTERRANEAN WORLD 2018 Cave Enthusiasts to Celebrate the International Day of Caves & the Subterranean World on 6th June 2018 Frasassi/Genga-Italy (3rd June 2018) —Members of the International Show Caves Association...
4 júna 2018

Nuovo libro: “Recent Advances in Karst Research: from Theory to Fieldwork and Applications”

The New book about Karst and Caves. On line today, Publication date : 18th of June 2018. Title: “Recent Advances in Karst Research: from Theory to Fieldwork and Applications”, 486 pages Publisher : The Geological Society of London. Special...
29 mája 2018

Prehistoric teeth dating back two million years reveal details on Africa’s paleoclimate

New research shows that the climate of the interior of southern Africa almost two million years ago was much wetter than the modern environment. This first extensive paleoenvironmental sequence for the interior of southern Africa suggests that
26 mája 2018

Dachstein Massif Geology Intro

Pangaea began separating into the Eurasian and African tectonic plates, among others, in the Jurassic period about 200+ million years ago (ma), forming a seaway called the Tethys Sea (aka Alpine Tethys, aka Neotethys) that was several
8 mája 2018

BCRA 29th Cave Science Symposium 2018

British Cave Research Association 29th Cave Science Symposium Saturday 13th October, 2018, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol FIRST CIRCULAR & CALL FOR ABSTRACTS The British Cave Research Association is pleased to announce det...
23 apr 2018

NSS Grotto Meetings

I have attended quite a number of National Speleological Society (NSS) grotto meetings over my half-century of caving. Most of them were with the Florida Speleological Society (FSS), but more recently also with the Flittermouse Grotto (FMG)