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National Cave & Karst Management Symposium

  The National Cave & Karst Management Symposium is the preeminent forum for promoting, advancing and sharing concepts in effective management of cave and karst resources. These biennial symposia provide an opportunity for practical synergy among cave and karst management professionals from diverse backgrounds, working in various professions and with interests spanning a broad range of cave and karst management issues. New techniques are discussed, issues addressed, solutions developed and effective working relationships formed to help protect and conserve caves, karst, cave ecosystems and water resources.

Formations in Diamond Caverns, Cave City, Kentucky, photographed during an evening event at NCKMS 2015

National Cave & Karst Management Symposium

Eureka Springs, Arkansas
16-20 October 2017

An introductory slide show about the venue, prepared in 2015, is available on the 2017 NCKMS web page.

We look forward to seeing you in Eureka Springs, Arkansas, in 2017.



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