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10 apr 2019

Cherokee inscriptions in Alabama cave interpreted

For the first time, a team of scholars and archaeologists has recorded and interpreted Cherokee inscriptions in Manitou Cave, Alabama. These inscriptions reveal evidence of secluded ceremonial activities at a time of crisis for the Cherokee, who
1 apr 2019

Grassy Gap Hike

Google Earth Pro aerial imagery reveals some interesting rock exposures in Pisgah National Forest that can be accessed via Forest Service Road 1206. That road is depicted on the 1996 National Geographic topographic map as being open
25 mar 2019

International Speleology Meeting Urzulei – ICNUSSA 2019 – Traces

International Speleology Meeting Urzulei 2019 Traces All traces, even the smallest ones, leave a sign on this world. Ethics, respect of places space and time……..reflections in the dark…. Raduno Nazionale di Speleologia - Urzulei 2019 The Icnussa a.p.s....
25 mar 2019

Stalagmite holds key to predicting droughts, floods for India

By studying the last 50 years of growth of a stalagmite from Mawmluh Cave, they found an unexpected connection between winter rainfall amounts in northeast India and climatic conditions in the Pacific Ocean.
5 feb 2019

Ice Age survivors or stranded travellers? A new subterranean species discovered in Canada

The discovery of a new to science species of rare and primitive arthropod in a cave that was covered by a thick ice sheet until recently is certain to raise questions. Researchers describe a new species of
27 jan 2019

Caves in the eyes of our children 2019

In 2019, during the period from February, 01 to March, 31 Ukrainian Speleological Association (UkrSA) is holding the 7th International Contest of Kid’s Drawing "Caves in the eyes of our children". Read More ...
14 jan 2019

Central Texas salamanders, including newly identified species, at risk of extinction

Biologists have discovered three new species of groundwater salamander in Central Texas, including one living west of Austin that they say is critically endangered. They also determined that an already known salamander species near Georgetown is much
30 dec 2018

Happy new 2019 year!

Dear friends! We wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy new year!
4 dec 2018

Volcanoes fed by ‘mush’ reservoirs rather than molten magma chambers

Volcanoes are not fed by molten magma formed in large chambers finds a new study, overturning classic ideas about volcanic eruptions.
30 nov 2018

Libro: Caving in the Holy Land disponibile su Amazon

The human-being have been using caves all over the world since the beginning of time. Caves were used for different purposes such as hiding, refuge, treasure keeping, burial and also for living. Many cultures around the globe used