Speleogenesis

Category: 
Miscellaneous Abstracts
Year(s): 
1992
Comments: 
  • 189. Additional Notes on Vertical Shafts in Limestone Caves. G.K. Merrill. NSS News 18 (1960) p.76
  • 647 Annual Growth Banding in a Cave Stalagmite. A. Baker, P.L. Smart, R.L. Edwards, D.A. Richards. Nature Vol. 364 (1993) pp. 518-520
  • 182 "Bell Holes" in Sarawak Caves. C.E. Wilford. NSS Bull. 28 Part 4 (1966) pp 179-182
  • 619 Blue Holes - A Unique Project in COD Analysis. P.L. Smart. ‘In Focus’ Tecator Journal of Technology for Chemical Analysis Vol. 11 No.1 pp. 10-11
  • 42 Cave Development in the Limestone of the Ingleborough District A.C. Waltham. Geog. Journal Vol. 136 No.4 (1971) pp 574-584
  • 722 Cave Leeuwen 1991. Preceedings of the 18th Biennial Conference of the Australian Speleological Federation inc. (1991)
  • 490 Cavern Development Near a Lava Dyke. E.A. Glennie. CRG Newsletter 72/77 (1958) pp 8-10. 3 copies
  • 958 Caves in Egypt. N.S. Embabi. Bulletin of the Egyptian Geographical Society. Vol. 77 (2004) pp 13-44
  • 169 Caves in the Galena Formation. J. Harlan Bretz. Journal of Geol. Vol. 46 (1938) pp 828-841
  • 162 Changes in the Base Level Indicated by Caves in Kentucky and Bermuda. A.C. Swinnerton. Bull. Geol. Soc. Amer. Vol. 40 (1929) p. 194
  • 48 Dating a Stalactite by Electron Paramegnetic Resonance. M. Ikeya. Nature Vol. 255 (1975) pp 48-50
  • 1453 Factors Contributing to the Genesis of Caves in Lava. C. Wood. Atti del Seminario sulle Grotte Laviche, pp. 101-113 (1975)
  • 291 Fairy Cave Quarry. Ed. G. Price. Cerberus Spel. Soc. Occ. Publ. No.1 (1977)
  • 30 First Radiometric Dating of Norwegian Stalagmites - Evidence of Pre-Weichselian Karst Caves. S.-T. Lauritzen, M. Gascoyne. Geo Abstracts Vol. 34 Part 2 (1980) pp. 77-82
  • 184 Genetic Relationship and Equivalence of Geologic ‘Organs’ to ‘Filled Sinks’, Solution Pockets, Gulls, Vertical Shafts and Other Doline-Related Subsurface Farst Features. J.F. Quinlan. Cave Notes Vol. 7 No.5 (1965) p.36.
  • 732 Geomorphological Evolution of the Mountainous Karst in West Slovenia. P. Habic. 4th International Congress of Speleology, Proceedings (1968)
  • 908 The Geomorphological Evolution of Smoo Cave and the Immediate Surrounding Area. T.J. Lawson. Scottish Natural Heritage Report RSM No.184 (2002)
  • 1018 The Growth of Stalactites. G.W. Moore. Bull. NSS Vol.24 Part 2,pp 95-106 (1962)
  • 82. Growth of Stalagmites and Stalactites. V.C. Allison. Journal of Geol. XXXI (2) p. 106
  • 1028 Hanging Pretty. S. Hutson. New Scientist No. 2550 (May,2006) pp 44-47
  • 1562 How Caves are Formed. Anon (1965) 'Understanding Science' No. 140, pp. 2110-2111
  • 177 An Initial Estimate of the Speed of Limestone Solution in County Clare. P.W. Williams. Bull. Geog. Soc. Of Ireland IV (6) (1963) pp. 432-441
  • 1436 Isotope Hydrology of Dripwaters in a Scottish Cave and Implications for Stalagmite Palaeoclimate Research. L. Fuller et al. Hydrology & Earth Sciences No.12, pp. 1065-1074 (2008)
  • 907 The Life History of Stalactites and Stalagmites. A. Raistrick. Observation Vol.2 pp. 53-57 (1926)
  • 513 New Data on Speleothem Deposition and Palaeoclimate in Britain over the Last Forty Thousand Years. T.C. Atkinson et al. Journal Quaternary Science Vol.1 No.1 (1986) pp. 67-72
  • 66 A New Mechanism for the Formation of Vertical Shafts in Carboniferous Limestone. A.R. Burke, P.F. Bird. Nature Vol. 210 (1966) pp. 831-832
  • 1586 The Origin and Morphology of Limestone Caves. A.N. Palmer. Geological Society of the USA Vol.103 pp. 1-21.
  • 76 The Origin of Maze Caves. A.N. Palmer  NSS Bull. Vol. 37 No.3 (1975) pp. 57-76 [also No. 1587]
  • 793 Paleoclimate Implications of Mass Spectrometric Dating of a British Stalagmite. A. Baker, P.L. Smart, R.L. Edwards. Geology Vol. 23 No.4 (1995) pp. 309-312
  • 121 Palaeoclimatic and Geomorphic Implications of 230th/234u Dates on Speleothems from Britain. T.C. Atkinson, P.L. Smart, A.C. Waltham, R.S. Harmon. Nature Vol. 272 (1978)
  • 1217 Polycyclic Swallow Holes in the Manifold Valley, Staffordshire. G.T. Warwick. Premier Congres International de Speleologie. Extracts. Vol. II Section 1, 10pp. (1953)
  • 1435 The Quaternary Geomorphology of Inchnadamph NNR. T.J. Lawson. SNH Review No.64.46pp. (1997)
  • 694 Recent Flowstone Growth Rates: Field Measurements in Comparison to Theoretical Predictions. A. Baker, P.L. Smart. Chemical Geology Vol. 122 (1995) pp. 121-128
  • 888 Report on the Geomorphological Evolution of Smoo Cave and the Immediate Surrounding Area. T.J. Lawson (2001) Report to Scottish Natural Heritage
  • 170 Some Factors Influencing Cave Development on the North Crop of the South Wales Coalfield. K. Hall. SWCC Newsletter 35 (1961) pp. 6-14
  • 41 Stages in the Development of Potholes on the Alsohegy Plateau, Hungary. A. Kosa. Karszt-es Barlangkutatas. Vol. VI (1971) pp. 69-78
  • 875 Swinsto Hole, Kingsdale. A.C.Waltham et al. Geographical Journal Vol. 147 Part 3 (1981) pp. 350-353.
  • 1383 Thermal Ionisation Mass Spectrometer U-Th Dates on Pleistocene Speleothems from Victoria Cave. J. Lundberg, T.C. Lord, and P.J. Murphy. Geosphere Vol.6 No.4 (2010) pp. 379-395
  • 27 A Thermoluminence Dating Study of Some Quaternary Calcite: Potentials and Problems. A.G. Wintle. Canadian Journal of Earth Science Vol. 15 (1978) pp. 1977-1986
  • 190 Tolley Cave, Rockbridge County, Virginia - A Study in Vadose Development. W.J. Stephenson NSS News Vol. 18 (1960) pp. 69-71
  • 758 The Upper Cave at Björkliden, the Torneträsk Region. G. Rasmusson. Univ. Of Lund, Sweden (1971)

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