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IGCP 448 Newsletter 2003

2004-07-10kdl 4709
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Part I Progress of IGCP 448 in 2002 ·····································Yuan Daoxian(1) pdf
Part II Letters and News………………………………………………………… (16) pdf
IGCP 448 in Vietnam…………………………………………………………………...(16)
Dr. Jo De Waele (Italy)………………………………………………………(16)
Lukas Plan (Austria)…………………………………………………………..(17)
"Encyclopedia of Cave and Karst Science" will come out soon···················(17)
The 2nd Karst Interest Group Workshop, USGS, Shepherdstown, West Virginia, August 20-22, 2002 ………………………(17)
National Cave and Karst Research Institute, USA-Progress in the First Two Years……………………Zelda Chapman Bailey (21)
National Karst Map Project, an Update………Jack B. Epstein, David J. Weary, Randall C. Orndorff, et al. (21)
CHANGES 2002-Minutes of a Meeting of the Managerial Group……………(23)
Report of the Spanish Group…………………………………………………(31)
Part III Contributions.......................................................................(37)
Part Ⅲ-1 World Comparison of Karst Ecosystems…………………………(37) pdf
Karst Vegetatin in Málaga, Andalucía, Spain……………A. V. Pere, B. Cabezudo (37)
Karst and Natural Heritage………………………………J. J. Durán, P. A. Robledo (38)
Karsic Springs of the Natural Park Vepssky Forest within Carboniferous Plateau(eastern part of the St.Petersburg region) 
...............................A. N. Voronov, N. A. Vinograd (39)
Conditions for Karst Development in the Strandja Mountain…………………………Dora Angelova, Yordan Malyakov(40)
Rates of Condensation Corrosion in Speleothems of Semi-Arid Northeastern Brazil…Augusto S. Auler, Peter L. Smart(41)
Karstification in Ultramafic Rocks of Cuba……………R. Rodríguez Pacheco, S. Fabregat, R. Días-Martínez (41)
The Results of Karst Mapping in Northern Part of Yucatán, México…………………………J. Pérez Aguilar, R. González Herrera(42)
Explorative Karstological Research on the Island Soqotra (Yemen)……………………… De Geest, S. Verheyden, E. Keppens et al. (43)
Middle Pleistocene Karst Evolution in the State of Qatar, Arabian Gulf ……ABDULALI M. SADIQ, SOBHI J. NASIR(46)
Main Stages in Karst Morphogenesis in West and Central North Bulgaria………………………………Dora Angelova (47)
Toward a Methodology to Quantify Recharge and Behaviour of Mediterranean Karst Aquifers from Ground Water Measurements…………………………………………………………S.Binet,J.Mudry, Y.Guglielmi(48)
The Underground River of Win Timdouine (Agadir Region, High Atlas): a Contribution to the Inventory of the Geological Heritage in Morocco………………………L. Bouchaou, M. Qurtobi, Y. Hsissou , S. Boutaleb et al. (49)
Part III-2 Geology and Karst Ecosystem··································(52) pdf
Geological Evidences for the Noah's Flood in the Black Sea.- Evidences for a Major Earthquake 7600 BP
………………………Petko Dimitrov, Dimitar P. Dimitrov(52)
The "Grotte de Hotton" Karstic Network: Relationships between Tectonics, Cartography and Karstogenesis Paleoseismic implications
……………………………Serge DELABY (52)
Gypsum Karst in Fuentes (Cuenca), Spain……………………………………E.Sanz (53)
STRUCTURE AND GENESIS
Karstification Along an Active Fault Zone in Cyprus……Richard W. Harrison, Wayne L. Newell, Mehmet Necdet (54)
Geology and Water Quality of Karst Springs in Villicum Mt., San Juan, Argentina………………C.Fiorenza, C.Wetten, J.J. Durán et al. (55)
Hydraulic Conductivity of Carbonate Rocks in Cordillera Bética, Spain……………A. Pulido-Bosch, J. Motyka, P. Pulido-Leboeuf et al. (56)
Hydrochemistry of Carbonate Aquifers in Cabeco D'Or (Alicante), SE Spain…………J.M.Andreu,J.C.Cerón,A.Pulido-Bosch et al. (57)
Seawater Intrusion in Karstlc Aquifers. Some examples………………………………A. Pulido-Bosch, A. Vallejos, J.M. Calaforra et al. (58)
Labile Content of Elements in Karst Environments and Its Effects to Vegetation in South China-A Case Study in Nongla, Guangxi
…....................................................Jiang Zhongcheng, David Dian ZHANG(58)
Part III-3 Subterranearn Ecosystems····················(68) pdf
Geomicrobiological Studies in Altamira Cave, Cantabria, N Spain……………J.C. Canaveras, S. Sánchez-Moral, J. Bedoya et al. (68)
Microclimatic Monitoring in the Ochtinska Aragonite Cave…………J. Zelinka (68)
A Karstic Inflow vs. Functioning and Biota of a Temporary Pond in Provence: the Case Study of the Bonne-Cougne Temporary Pond (Var, southern France)……………C. Emblanch, I. Soulié-Marsche, M. Daniel et al. (69)
Cave Environment Geoecology: Spatial Structure, Time-spatial Changes and Stability of Cave Geosystems ……………P. Bella(70)
Palaeoclimatic Significance of Biomineralisation……Julia James, Annalisa Contos(71)
Comparison of Methods to Source Track Bacteria in Ground Water in Karst Areas of Berkeley County, West Virginia
……………………………Melvin V. Mathes, Donald M. Stoeckel, Kenneth E. Hyer (74)
Blue Bone Analyses as a Contribution to the Study of Bone Taphonomy in San Josecito Nave, Nuevo Leon, Mexico
………JASINTO ROBLES, JOAQU1N ARROYO-CABRALES, EILEEN JOHNSON et al. (75)
Aggregate Protection Against Dehydration in Adult Females of the Cave Cricket, Hadenoecus Cumberlandicus (Orthoptera, Rhaphidophoridae)…………………JAY A. YODER, HORTON H. HOBBS III, MATTHEW C. HAZELTON(76)
Leg Attenuation and Seasonal Femur Length: Mass Relationships in Cavernicolous Crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae and Rhaphidophoridae)……………EUGENE H. STUDIER, KATHLEEN H. LAVOIE, FRANCIS G. HOWARTH (76)
Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Variability at the Outlet of Karstic Aquifers under Different Climatic and Environmental Contexts (south east and east of France)…………………C. Batiot, J. Mudry, B. Blavoux et al. (77)
A Late Quaternary Paleoecological Record from Caves of Southern Jamaica, West Indies
…………………………D. A. MCFARLANE, J. LUNDBERG, A. G. FINCHAM(78)
A Pleistocene Tapir and Associated Mammals from the Southwestern Ozark Highland
……………NICHOLAS J. CZAPLEWSKI, WILLIAM L. PUCKETTE, CLAYTON RUSSELL(79)
Part III-4 Human Impacts and Protection of Karst Ecosystems········(80) pdf
Impacts of Visitors in Ventanas Cave, Pinar, Granada, Spain................A. Fernández-Cortés, J. M. Calaforra, F. Sánchez-Martos (80)
Environmental Economic Assessment for Sorbas Gypsum karst Natural Site, S. Spain……………. Contreras, J. M. Calaforra (80)
Surface Cover Infiltration Index: A Suggested Method to Assess Infiltration for Intrinsic Vulnerability in Karstic Areas in Absence of Quantitative Data……………………………………………………..Levent Tezcan, Mehmet Ekmekci(81)
Comparative Evaluation of Covered Karst Sensitive Terrain to Pollution of Geological Environment…..Vladimir Tolmachev, Olga Maximova(83)
Contamination of a Karstic Aquifer by Leachates from an Urban Solid Waste Landfill………….Vadillo, B. Andreo , F. Carrasco(83)
Changes in Nitrate Concentrations in Spring Waters Due to Mixing of Surface and Ground Water in the Woodville Karst Plain, Northern Florida
……………………………………………………..B. G. Katz, A. R. Chelette, T.R. Pratt (84)
Development of a Counterterrorism Preparedness Tool for Evaluating Risks to Karstic Spring Water ………Malcolm S. Field(85)
TRACERS 
Demystifying Ground-water Flow and Contaminant Movement in Karst Systems Using Chemical and Isotopic Tracers…………………………………..Brian G. Katz(85)
Stable Isotopic Study on Dripping Water in Nerja Cave (Málaga, Southern Spain), and its Comparison with Rainfall and Karst Spring
………………………………………………………...C. Linán, F. Carrasco, Andreo et al. (86)
Experiences in Conservation of Marvels Cave, Aracena, Huelva, Spain………….W. Martín-Rosales, M. López-Chicano, J. C. Cerón (87)
Conservation and Protection of Caves and Karst in the National Parks…………………………………………Ronal C. Kerbo(87)
Karst Development in Conglomerates of the Northern Alps and Consequences for Groundwater Protection
……………N. Goldscheider, N. Goppert, A. Pochon et al. (88)
Comparative Estimate of Resistance to Drought for Selected Karstic Aquifers in Bulgaria…………………T.Orehova(89)
Use of Dye Tracing to Determine Conduit Flow Paths within Source-Protection Areas of a Karst Spring and Wells in the Bear River Range, Northern Utah……….. …………………………………………………………Lawrence E. Spangler(91)
Climate versus History 
(Climatology and History of the 7-th c. European Epidemics - Revisited)…………. ………………Dimitar Dimitrov, FLS(91)
Use of Hydrogeochemistry to Display a Present Recharge of Confined Karst Aquifers. Case Study of the Doubs Valley, Jura Mountains, Eastern France…………. ……………………………………..J. Mudry, A. Charmoille, N. Robbe et al. (92)
Part III-5 Paleoecosystems: Records in Speleothems, Travertines and Others………………(93) pdf
Explorations in U/Pb Dating of Calcite Speleothems…………Derek Ford, FRSC(93)
A Flowstone Record of the Penultimate Interglacial from a High-altitude Cave Site (Eastern Alps, Austria)
….........................................Christoph Spotl, Augusto Mangini(94)
High Resolution Climatic Records of a Stalagmite from Xianshui Cave (Guilin, China) since 6000 years
……………… ……Z. Meiliang, Y. Daoxian, L. Yushi et al. (95)
The Role of the Environmental Archaeologist in the Study and the Reconstruction of Cave Paleoclimate………………Maria Gkioni(97)
Climate: "the Pacemaker" for Human Culture Evolution During the Prehistoric Age in Aegean Sea, Greece
………………………Maria Geraga, George Papatheodorou, Stella Tsaila-Monopoli et al. (98)
Speleothem Chronology of Gassel Cave, Northern Calcareous Alps, Austria(preliminary results)
……...................................Karl-Heinz Offenbecher, Christoph Spotl(99)
Isotope-climate Record in a Holocene Stalagmite from Ursilor Cave (Romania)
……………Bogdan Petroniu Onac, Silviu Constantin, Joyce Lundberg et al. (100)
Holocene Rapid Climatic Oscillations in the sub-Mediterranean Continental Environment, Recorded in a Stalagmite from Poleva Cave (Southern Carpathians, Romania)……………Silviu Constantin, Ana-Voica Bojar, Joyce Lundberg et al. (101)
A High-resolution Speleothem Stable Isotope Record from Lancaster Hole Caves, North Yorkshire, England: Preliminary Results
……………… ………………E. J. Hodge, P. L. Smart, D. A. Richards et al. (103)
Phreatic Overgrowths on Speleothems in Coastal Caves of Mallorca: a Significant Record of Mediterranean Sea Level History over the Time Span 60-150 Ka B. P………………………A.Ginés, P.Tuccimei, C. Delitala et al. (104)
Hydrochemical and Isotopic Characteristics in the Baishuitai Travertine Scenic Area of China and Their Implications for Paleoenvironment Study…………………Zaihua Liu, Meiliang Zhang, Shenyi You et al. (105)
Stable Isotopic Study of Travertines on Borosa River, Segura, Jaén, Spain……………C. Jiménez de Cisneros, E. Caballero, J. A. Vera(106)
Carbonate Deposition Rates in Neolithic Channels Linked to Alicún Thermal Waters (Granada, Spain)…J.L. Díaz, M. Martín, y R. Juliá(106)
Chronology of Cave Development in Torremolinos Travertine Málaga, S. Spain
………………………………………….J.J. Durán, F. Carrasco, B. Andreo et al. (108)
Paleocollapse Structures and Collapse Breccias as Tool for Reconstruction of Past Karst and Paleoclimate Record During the Upper Miocene of Mallorca Island……………………………P.A. Robledo Ardila, J.J. Durán Valsero(108)
Paleoenvironmental Records from Sediments , Mammal Fossils in Moreda Karst, Granada, Spain…................A. Ruiz Bustos(109)
Petrographic and Geochemical Screening of Speleothems for U-series Dating: An Example from Recrystallized Speleothems from Wadi Sannur Cavern, Egypt…………L. BRUCE RAILSBACK, ADEL A. DABOUS, J.K. OSMOND et al. (110)
Geochemical Aplications of Laser Microanalysis in Karstic Caves………………………………J. M. Vadillo, A. Alises, S. Palanco et al. (110)
Cathodoluminiscence of Carbonate Speleothems: State of the Art………………………. K. Richter, Th. Gotte, S. Niggemann et al. (111)
High-Resolution Speleothem Trace Element Records: Potential as Climate Proxies…………I. J. Fairchild(112)
Influence of the Solar Luminosity on Glacier Melting, Precipitation and Sea Level Changes
…………………Yavor Shopov, Diana Stoykova, L. Tsankov et al. (112)
Karst Water, Speleothem Trace Element Variations and Palaeoclimatic Reconstruction, Obir Cave, SE Austria: Preliminary Results…………………………………………Anna F. Tooth, Ian J. Fairchild, Christoph Spotl(115)
Trace Elements in Speleothems…………………………Verheyden Sophie(116)
Part IV 2004 Meetings of IGCP 448…………………………………………....(117) pdf
1. Karst Ecosystem in Southern Australia, October, 2004, Naracoote, South Australia······(117)
2. 32nd International Geological Congress, August 20-28, 2004, Florence, Italy········(117)
Part V New book-Karst Dynamic Systems of China························(119) pdf
Part VI Publications reached at the IGCP448 Secretariat before June, 2003··········(123) pdf
Part VII Email Addresses of IGCP448 Participants······················(125) pdf