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IGCP 299 Newsletters - 1994

1995-07-10KDL 2001

CONTENTS

IGCP 299 IN 1993

MEETING REPORTS

1. IGCP 299 Working Group Meeting in Beijing, China, August, 1993 Brian Finlayson.

2. IGCP 299 Working Group Meeting in Shiraz, Iran, October, 1993 Ye Guijun.

3. The field excursions of the Permian Symposium (Ural Area, Russia, 1992), V.N.Andreytchuk.

REPORTS FROM NATIONAL WORKING GROUPS OF IGCP 299 IN 1993

1. Report of Cuban National Group Javier E Rodriguez Rubio

2. Report from Russian Group,(the program of investigation in Kungur Ice Cave)      
    K.A.Gorbunova, N.G.Maximovich

3. Report from Slovenia Group Andrej Kranjc

Part IV RECENT RESEARCH BY IGCP 299 PARTICIPANTS

IV1 WORLD KARST CORRELATION

1. Reflections on the development of karst geomorphology in Europe and a comparison with its development  in China, M.M.Sweeting

2. The Bonito karst, Western Brazil, Kohler, Heinz-Char les

3. Karst in cold climate, D.C.Ford

4. The characteristics of karst geomorphology in Cherrapunjee Plateau, MegHalaya, India, Rai, R.K.

5. Characteristics of subsurface karstic development in some residual and coastal karst plains of Vietnam,  Ngo  Ngoc Cat

6. Distribution map of limestone and dolomite in Iran,  1:2,500,000, E.Raeissi

IV2 MECHANISM OF KARST FORMATION

1. Cave formations of the aerosol origin, A.B.Klimchouk,  K.I.Cunningham and others

2. Stromatolites of speleothems at Zhijin Cave, Guizhou, China, An Yuguo and others

3. From irregularities of the surface to rimstone pools and to the phytoherms, Geurts, Marie-Anne

4. Cave genesis by hydrogen sulfide oxidation: Evidence from gypsum deposits, M.J.Buck, H.P.Schwarcz

5. Enhanced karstification in the vicinity of hydraulic  structures, W.Dreybrodt

6. Bio-Erosion on Liang Dynasty limestone sculptures  (AD 522-562) in Nanjing, China, Zhang Jie and others

IV3 KARST HYDROLOGY

1. The comparative analysis of some characteristics of the karst water regime and resources of the Russian Platform and estimation of their perspective changeability under the effect of human-induced transformations
of  the climate V.S.Kovalevsky and others

2. Characteristics of karst aquifer as indicated by temporal changes of the spring's physico-chemical  parameters, Ezatolah Raeissi and others

3. Some experiences from water intake in karstified conglomerates of Nevesinje Area, P.Milanovic and others

4. Hydrologic and hydrochemical characteristics of the Punta  Alegre gypsum karst, Cuba, J.R.Fagundo,  J.E.Rodriguez and others

IV4 RECONSTRUCT PALEOENVIRONMENT WITH KARST RECORDS

1. Reasons for declining tufa deposition in German and Britain, Viles Heather, Pfeffer, K.H and others

2. Palaeoseismicity from karst sediments: the "Grotta del Cervo" cave case study (Central Italy),  D.Postpischl, P.Forti and others

3. Considerations on the morphology and genesis of the Jurassic paleokarst in Farcu Hill Area,  Romania, Georgeta Ionescu and others

4. Ambient and hot water travertine: constituents and geochemistry, Chafetz Henry S

5. Paleoenvironmental reconstruction from New Zealand speleothems, P.Williams

6. A 1.5 Ma record of humid tropical alluvial-fun development from limestone cave in Sarawak,  A.Farrant, P.L.Smart and others

IV5 GEOTHERMAL KARST

1. Interaction between bacteria, Nannobacteria, and mineral precipitation in hot springs of Central Italy, R.L.Folk

2. Karstification of Lar Formation in Polour Area, Central Al borz, Iran, Sahabi F, Ghazban F

PART V KARST SOILS-QUESTIONNAIRE

Kazuko Urushibara-Yoshino, David Gillieson

PART VI MEETING ANNOUNCEMENTS

1. Changing karst environment: IGCP 299 Meeting in England, September 13-23rd, 1994, Second Circular.

2. International symposium on applied tropical karst April 10-11, 1994, Hanoi, Vietnam.

3.Round Table on the tropical karst of Cuba and the 2nd meeting of the Working Group on experimental catchment areas in karst, Cuba, April 18-28,1994.

 PART VII NEW MEMBERS AND NEW ADDRESS