NEW DEVELOPMENT OF IGCP 299 IN 1992 Yuan Daoxian
1. Report from the British Group, M.M.Sweeting
2. Plan of the Czechoslovak Working Group, Vojen Lozek
3. Karst map of former USSR, Translated by Yuan Daoxian
4. Karst and caves in Canada, D.C.Ford
5. Report of the Hungarian Working Group IGCP 299, Denes Balazs
6. Typical karst area - Skocjanske Jame (Slovenia, May , 1992) Andrej KRANJC
7. Typical karst area - Skocjanske Jame (Slovenia, Sept. , 1992) Andrej KRANJC
IV. RECENT RESEARCH BY IGCP 299 PARTICIPANTS
1.Distribution of the karst in Perm region, K.A.Gorbunova
2.The South-east karst province of South Australia, K.G.Grimes
3.Analysis of the karst massif structural elements development
for engineering karstology, V.N.Kataev
4.The geomorphological significance of the newly defined "Daly Point" and "Davis Point"
on coral reel formation and distribution in the world, HORI,Nobuyuki
5.Geographical variations of growth rates of speleothems and its climatic
geomorphological significance,ARAKAWA Tatsuhiko et.al
1.Carbon uptake in aquatic plants deduced from their natural 13C and 14C content,
Elena marcenko et.al
2.Replacement mechanisms among carbonates, sulfates, and silica in karst regions:
some Appalachian examples, Arthur N.Palmer and Margaret V.Palmer
3.Spectra of Luminescence of cave minerals, Shopov Y.Y
4.Genesis and mineralization of two Himalayan caves, Shopov Y.Y. et.al
5.Speleogenesis in aeolian calcarenite: a case study in Western Victoria, Susan White
1.Radon hazard in caves: a monitoring and management strategy. R G Lyons
2.Prediction of hazardous events in karst areas as a result of anthropogenic changes
in the hydrogeologic environment. V.M.Kutepov and V.N.Kozhevnikova
3.The influence of karst hydrology on water quality management in the South East
of South Australia, A.J.Emmett et al.
4.Groundwater and the rehabilitation of Nauru, G.Jacobson and P.J.Hill
5.Surface hydrology and soil erosion in an arid karst: the Nullarbor Plain, Gillieson David et al.
1.Travertine-marl: the "Doughnut-Hole" of karst, David A.Hubbard et al.
2.Modification of preglacial caves by glacial meltwater invasion in East-Central New York, Paul A.Rubin
3.Young age bias of radiocarbon dates in Pre-Holocene marine deposits of Hong Kong
and implications for Pleistocene stratigraphy, W.W.S.Yim, et al.
4.Origin of reef lagoon: the drowned karst topography and palaeoclimate, Nobyuki HORI
6.The ages of one cycle of cave developments in a subtropical raised coral reef area:
Yoron Island, the Ryukyus, Japan ARAKAWA,Tatsuhiko et al.
7.Glacial to Holocene changes in carbonate and clay sedimentation in the Equatorial
Pacific Ocean estimated from thorium 230 profiles, Yong-Liang Yang et al.
8.A high-resolution record of Holocene climate change in speleothem calcite
from cold water cave, Northeast Iowa Jeffrey A.Dorale, Luis A.Gonzalez et al.
9.Karst cave stromatolites (KCS), Wang Fuxing & Cao Jianhua
1.Techniques for estimating recharge to a karstic aquifer: Naracoorte Ranges,
South Australia. F.W.J.Leaney et al.
2.Identification and separation of water-tracing dyes using pH response characteristics. Ruth G.Lyons
3.Special problems of groundwater monitoring in karst terranes. James F.Quinlan
4.The application of the biological detection and ranging method
for karst mass mapping. Ivanovskiy O.T. et al.
5.U-series dating of last interglacial high sea stands: Barbados Revisited. Teh-Lung Ku et al.
6.The geomorphological analysis of the curved axis of a speleothem:
for example from Miyako-Jima Island, the Ryukyus, Japan. HORI,Nobuyuki et al.
7.The prolonged minima and maxima of solar activity V.N.Dermendijev et al.