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Proceedings of the 2001
National Cave and Karst Management Symposium

Table of Contents

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Welcome

Greetings

Preface

 

Management of Karst Areas

National Cave and Karst Research Institute—Initial Activities
Zelda Chapman Bailey

Cave Management Plans: Targeting Your Audience
Bruce Bowman

The West Virginia Cave Conservancy: Growing Through Acquisition Problems and Their Solutions
Jeff Bray

Dying to Go Caving, 50 Years of Fatal Accidents in North America
Bob Buecher

Karst Management in Urban Areas
Nicholas C. Crawford

Caves and Karst of the National Park Service
David Alan Ek

The Hoffman Institute, Cave Research Foundation China Karst Scientific Program
Chris Groves et al.

A World Perspective on Cave and Karst Protection
Elery Hamilton-Smith

The Ozark National Scenic "Karstways"
R. Scott House

A Prerequisite to Managing Karst Systems: A Model for Evaluating the Basic Elements of Karst Development
Pat Kambesis and Chris Groves

Protecting Karst Resources Requires an Understanding of Karst Resources
Joe Meiman, Chris Groves, and Ron Kerbo

Performing Monitoring and Air Studies with In-cave Weather Stations
Henry Schneiker

Human Factors in Resource Management and Conservation Programs . . . or . . . Is it Good to be the King?
Daniel Smith

Karst Vulnerability Assessment Procedures and their Linkage to Forest Management Guidelines, British Columbia
Tim R. Stokes and Paul A. Griffiths

Conflict Among User Groups
Jerry Trout

Lincoln National Forest, Guadalupe Ranger District, Cave Permit System
Ransom Turner

Management of Karst in Pleistocene Aeolianite
Susan White

 

Management of Specific Caves

The Geology and Management of Coyote Cave, Wind Cave National Park, South Dakota
Joel Despain

Restoration of Skull Ice Cave, Lava Beds National Monument
Kelly Fuhrmann

Protecting Privately-owned Caves
Heather Garland

Developing a Cave Potential Map of Wind Cave to Identify Land Management Partners and Guide Land Management Decisions
Rodney D. Horrocks and B.W. Szulaski

Development and Management of Glenwood Caverns
Bob Koper

Leonard Springs Nature Park: A Karst Property Focusing on Conservation and Education
Kriste Lindberg

Management Issues and Threats to the Longest Cave
Joe Meiman, Hilary Lambert Hopper, and Roger W. Brucker

Lechuguilla Cave Culvert Replacement Project
Jason M. Richards

Cave Management Plans for an Underground Laboratory: La Cueva de Las Barrancas, Prototype Site for Mars Studies
Jim C. Werker and Val Hildreth-Werker

 

Geology and Hydrology

House Joint Resolution No. 161: a Legislative Mandate to Study Karst Groundwater Monitoring in Virginia
Terri Brown

The Mapping and Classification of Cave Geomorphic Processes with in the United States
David Alan Ek

Interagency Cooperative Sinkhole Protection and Karst Remediation in Virginia
Joseph H. Fagan and Wil Orndroff

Towards a Comprehensive Sinkhole Classification Scheme for Land Use Planning
Wil Orndroff and Joey Fagan

Apokryptic (Concealed) Karst – A Problem for Resource Management and Rurban Development in Southern Arizona, USA
William D. Peachy

Evidence of Paleoseismicity in the Caves of Arizona and New Mexico (USA)
Roberta Serface and Eric Gilli

Karst Water Demonstration
Sandy Trout

Karst in Arid Australia
Nicholas White

 

Biological Resources

Temporal Variation in the Emergence Flights of the Bat, Myotis velifer, from Caves in Southern Arizona
Debbie C. Buecher

An Incidental Take Permit for Endangered Karst Invertebrates in Bexar County, Texas
Steven W. Carothers, K. White, and C. Berkhouse

Reasons Why We Should be Mindful of Microbes When We Consider Karst Systems: Impacts on Karst Development
Tricia Coakley, S. Wright, and L. Elliott

The Missouri Cave Life Survey
William R. Elliott

A DNA Fingerprinting Technique to Survey Microbial Diversity in Caves
Rick Fowler et al.

Cave and Mine Adits as Wildlife Resources in the Sonoran Desert Region
Kenneth J. Kingsley, T.R. Strong, and T.K. Snow

How Much Surface Habitat is Enough? Preserve Design and Application for Cave-limited Species
Jean Krejca et al.

Managing Endangered Species: Charting the Course of the Illinois Cave Amphipod with Non-lethal Censusing
Julian J. Lewis, Salisa T. Rafail, and Diane Tecic

Limiting Lamp Flora in Developed Passages within Mammoth Cave
Richard A. Olson

Cave Management at Fort Huachuca Successfully Protects Endangered Bats
Ronnie Sidner

The Karst Fauna Region Concept and Implication for Endangered Karst Invertebrate Recovery in Bexar County, Texas
Kemble White, Steven W. Carothers, and Casey Berkhouse

 

GIS/Mapping

Lidar Applications in a Temperate Rainforest Environment Case Study: Kosciusko Island Southeastern Alaska, Tongass National Forest
James F. Baichtal and Richard Langendoen

Sub-meter Position Accuracy with Garmin Handheld GPS Units (Real Accuracy, Real Cheap)
Bob Buecher

Intensive Water Quality Monitoring in Two Karst Watersheds of Boone County, Missouri
Robert N. Lerch, Jeanne M. Erickson, and Carol M. Wicks

GIS Applications for Cave Management at Jewel Cave
Rene Ohms

The Use of Cave Inventory Systems as a Cave Management Tool: An Overview
Matthew Reece

Raster GIS for the Management of Cave Reconnaissance Information
Henry Truebe

GIS Modeling of Significant Karst Areas for Purchase and Protection
George Veni et al.

 

Toxic Materials/Air Studies

The Role of Suspended Sediments in the Transport of Atrazine in Mammoth Cave, Kentucky
Michael S. Anderson and Joseph Meiman

Threats to Public Health and Safety from the Proposed Kentucky Trimodal Transpark Warren County, Kentucky
Alan Glennon et al.

Panama Ranch Garbage Dump Cave — Toxaphene and DDT Remediation
Homer Hansen, Butch Jackson, and Ransom Turner

Planned Spill Retention and Runoff Filtration Structures on Interstate 65
Richard A. Olson and Jeffrey L. Schaefer

 

Addresses of Primary Authors

 

 
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