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Journal of cave and karst studies vol. 64, no. 1

Journal of cave and karst studies vol. 64, no. 1
April 2002

Bernard W. Szukalski : Introduction to cave and karst GIS,

Matthew Reece, Rene Ohms : Using GIS to manage two large cave systems, Wind and Jewel Caves, South Dakota,

Holley Moyes : The use of GIS in the spatial analysis of an archaeological cave site, 9-16

Nicholas Herrmann : GIS applied to bioarchaeology : an example from the Río Talgua caves in northeast Honduras, 17-22

D. Lagrou, V. T. Tam, O. Batelaan, N.Q. Dinh, L.Q. Hung : Remote sensing and GIS-based analysis of cave development in the Suoimuoi catchment (Son La - NW Vietnam), 23-33

M.V. Rainsmier, D.A. Luchsinger, J.D. Jasper, B.E. McNeil : Implementation and application of GIS at Timpanogos cave National monument, Utah, 34-37

Dan Stone, Geary M. Schindel : The application of GIS in support of land acquisition for the protection of sensitive groundwater recharge properties in the Edwards aquifer of south-central Texas, 38-44

George Veni : Revising the karst map of the United States, 45-50

Robert G. Tipping, Alexander E. Jr. Calvin, Yongli Gao : The development of a karst feature database for southeastern Minnesota, 51-57

Jason Gulley, Larry Simpson, Randall L. Paylor, Lee Florea : Karst GIS advances in Kentucky, 58-62

Bernard W. Szukalski, Rodney D. Horrocks : Using Geographic information systems to develop a cave potential map for Wind cave, south Dakota, 63-70

Shane Fryer, Joel Despain : Hurricane crawl cave : A GIS-based cave management plan analysis and review, 71-76

Terri L. Phelan : Public datasets integrated with GIS and 3-D visualization help expand subsurface conceptual model, 77-81

Chris Groves, lan Glennon : An examination of perennial stream drainage patterns within the Mammoth cave watershed, Kentucky, 82-91