After a lot of hard work by Garry Smith we now have NHVSS published on Wikipedia. It was no easy feat so congratulations Garry. Check it out here – NHVSS Wikipedia
This study was first presented at the 30th Biennial Conference of the Australian Speleological Federation Inc., 21 – 26 June 2015, Exmouth, Western Australia. Then published in ‘Cave and Karst Science’, Vol.43, No.1 (April 2016), P. 4-10. British Cave Research Association, ISSN 1356-191X. Please refer to ‘Cave and Karst Science’ when referencing this paper.
Check out the latest article by Garry K. Smith about a recent trip to Wendlestein Höhle – Germany’s highest altitude Limestone Cave on our Publications page.
Wendlestein Höhle – Germany’s highest altitude Limestone Cave
Also 2 new links have been added for a site call the Karst Information Portal that, among many other publications, contains a copy of NSS News publications from the first edition in 1941 through to 2010 (at this point in time).
Karst Information Portal – Main site
Karst Information Portal – Link to NSS News Archives
If you missed the short story on Timor Caves that was screened on NBN Television – check out the link on our Links page under Video Links
See the trip list page – http://nhvss.org.au/trip-list/
Several new Trips have been added – see our Trip List page for more details.
Timor Limestone Quarry, Court Appeal & Outcome 2010
… as published in Caves Australia, June 2011.
Garry has more articles for the website, thanks Garry.
Coal mine (Melanterite) speleothems photographed by headlamp painting
Photographing a Dim Flame – Foul Air flame test
Crinoids – fossils and alive today
Bats, Photography & Histoplasmosis