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  • Karst hydrology and physical speleology.
  • Karst and speleology in Sicily (Italy)
  • Carbonate rock ; Cave ; Gypsum ; Italy ; Karst ; Karstification ; Lava ; Limestone ; Sicilia ; Speleology
  • The Science of speleology
  • Cave ; Cave development ; Classification ; Conglomerate ; Diagenesis ; Karst ; Pleistocene ; Slovenia ; Speleology
  • of early diagenesis (i.e. eogenetic stage). Based on speleological analysis the eogenetic caves were grouped into four types; (1) linear stream caves, (2) shelter caves, (3) breakdown caves, and (4) vadose shafts. - (IKR)
  • Biobibliography ; Biography ; France ; Karst ; Lorraine ; Speleology
  • Distribution of karst, features, karst regions, chasms and caves in Czechoslovakia, including the show caves. Czechoslovak speleology, protection of caves and other karst features in Czechoslovakia. (MS).
  • Mechanism of salt contamination of karstic springs related to the Messinian Deep Stage. The speleological model of Port Miou (France)
  • Bouches-du-Rhône ; Drainage network ; France ; Geochemistry ; Karst ; Marseille ; Model ; Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur ; Salinity ; Sea level ; Speleology ; Spring ; Submarine canyon ; Underground water
  • The Port Miou system (Cassis, France) is a long submarine gallery developped in the limestone series of Calanques (Marseille, France). Its speleological exploration suggests a deep karstic system higly polluted by seawater. The strong geochemical
  • signature of the titanium in the surface sediment supports the model of a sea water aspiration in a deep gallery connected to the Cassidaigne canyon. This speleological model of sea aspiration explains why all the attempts to diminish the salinity
  • Cave ; Eastern Siberia ; Irkutsk ; Karst ; Karstic landform ; Russia ; Speleology ; Temperature
  • Cave ; Karst ; Limestone ; Russia ; Speleology
  • damage. Results of the hydrogeological surveys and the speleological and geomorphological fiedwork. Discussion about this hypogene karst, completely invisible at the surface, making up extremely dangerous situations.
  • [b2] Italian Inst. of Speleology, Dip. di Scienze della Terra e Geologico-Ambientali, Bologna, Italie
  • [a1] Dep. of Earth Sciences and Environmental Geology, Italian Inst. of Speleology, Univ., Bologna, Italie
  • A geomorphological and speleological approach in the study of hydrogeology of gypsum karst of Sorbas (SE Spain)
  • Andalusia ; Applied geomorphology ; Aquifer ; Cave ; Gypsum ; Hydrogeology ; Karst ; Karstification ; Spain ; Speleology
  • Bavaria ; Cave ; Germany ; Karst ; Mine ; Natural environment ; Regional geology ; Speleology
  • [b3] Swiss Inst. of Speleology and Karst Studies SISKA, La Chaux-de-Fonds, Suisse
  • [a1] Dep. of Earth Sciences and Environmental Geology, Italian Inst. of Speleology, Univ., Bologna, Italie
  • [b2] Ukrainian Inst. of Speleology and Karstology, Ukraine
  • [a1] Dep. of Earth Sciences and Environmental Geology, Italian Inst. of Speleology, Univ., Bologna, Italie
  • [b1] La Venta Exploring Team and Italian Inst. of Speleology, Bologna, Italie
  • [a1] Dep. of Earth Sciences and Environmental Geology, Italian Inst. of Speleology, Univ., Bologna, Italie
  • Bavaria ; Cave ; Geomorphogenesis ; Geomorphology ; Germany ; Groundwater hydrology ; Karst ; Karstic landform ; Speleology ; Water pollution
  • Biobibliography ; Biography ; Carbonate dissolution ; Chemical erosion ; Cold area ; Cryokarst ; High mountain ; Karst ; Polar region ; Speleology ; Typology
  • Alps (The) ; Cryokarst ; France ; Glacier ; Glaciology ; Greenland ; Hydrology ; Inland ice ; Meltwater ; Mountain ; Research technique ; Speleology