1999 Proceedings

Proceedings of the 1999
National Cave and Karst Management Symposium
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Table of Contents

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1. Welcome, Opening Remarks, and Theme
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2. Description of a Protocol for Monitoring the Population Status of the Tumbling Creek Cavesnail (Hydrobiidaie: Antrobia culveri) (Poster Presentation)
David Ashley, Paul McKenzie, Pam Haverland, and Tom Aley
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3. Planning for the Impact of Convention Caving
Ann Bosted
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4. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow? Initiating Steps for Preserving West Virginia’s Cave and Karst Terrain
Jeff Bray
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5. A Karst Resource Inventory of the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests
Terri Brown and Dawn Kirk
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6. Hubbards Cave Revisited: Adaptive Cave Resource Management on a Private Nature Preserve
Gabrielle K. Call
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7. Using a Geographic Information System for Alabama Cave Shrimp Habitat Protection
C. Warren Campbell, Steve S. Bong, and Thomas R. McLaughlin
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8. Surface Disturbance Threats to Karst Faunas in Tasmania, Australia
Arthur Clarke
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9. Protection of the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone through the Sensitive Land Acquisition Program
Jason Corzine
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10. Assessing Risk and Identifying Resources for Search, Rescue, and Medical Emergencies
Diane Cousineau
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11. Conducting and Managing Search and Rescue Operations
Diane Cousineau
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12. Recent Projects and Problems of the Michigan Karst Conservancy
Rane L. Curl
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13. Historic Preservation at Hubbards Cave: Inventory and Management of Cultural Resources
Joseph C. Douglas
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14. Threats to Surface and Karst Groundwater of Mammoth Cave National Park from The Arthur Oil Field, Kentucky
David Ek, Chris Groves, Alan Glennon, Bill Curry, and Joe Meiman
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15. Temperature Data Logging in Missouri Bat Caves
William R. Elliott and Richard L. Clawson
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16. A Strategy for Improved Karst Management in the Tongass National Forest, Alaska
Kris Esterson
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17. Cave Management in the United States: An Overview of Significant Trends and Accomplishments
David G. Foster
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18. Walkway Development and Construction Relative to Reducing Visitor Impact in the Historic Section of Mammoth Cave
John Fry and Rick Olson
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19. Evolving Geographic Information Systems Capabilities for Management of Cave and Karst Resources
Alan Glennon and Chris Groves
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20. “Have Cave, Will Travel”
James Goodbar
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21. Interagency Cooperation at the Highest Level: A Review of the Draft Interagency Agreement for Cave and Karst Resources Management in the Federal Government
James Goodbar
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22. New Advances in the Study and Management of Arkansas Caves
G. O. Graening and A.V. Brown
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23. The Role of Research and Education in Cave and Karst Management
Chris Groves, Alan Glennon, Joe Meiman, and Pat Kambesis
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24. Site Conservation Planning for Caves and Karst Features
Christine Hall
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25. History and Current Status of the Hart’s-Tongue Fern in the South
Jim Hall
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26. Living with Pseudokarst
William R. Halliday
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27. Cave Restoration and Conservation: Topics, Methods, and Discussion
Val Hildreth-Werker and Jim C. Werker
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28. Cave Softly . . . and Leave No Trace (Poster Presentation)
Val Hildreth-Werker and Jim C. Werker
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29. Formation Repair Techniques (Poster Presentation)
Val Hildreth-Werker and Jim C. Werker
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30. Hot-Spots of Biodiversity and Management Issues for North American Cave-Adapted Fauna
Horton H. Hobbs III, David C. Culver, Mary C. Christman, and Lawrence L. Master
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31. Faunal Inventory of Georgia Caves
John B. Jensen and James C. Ozier
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32. Misconceptions About Caves and Karst: Common Problems and Educational Solutions
Ernst H. Kastning and Karen M. Kastning
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33. Recent Conservation Successes at U.S. Bat Caves
Jim “Crash” Kennedy
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34. The National Cave and Karst Research Institute–An Update
Ronal Kerbo
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35. The Nature Conservancy’s Planning for Subterranean Invertebrates of the Interior Low Plateaus
Julian J. Lewis and F. Allen Pursell
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36. A Tale of Two Cities: Conservation Focused Cave Bioinventories by The Nature Conservancy in the Karst Areas of Louisville and Saint Louis
Julian J. Lewis, F. Allen Pursell, and Matt Nelson
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37. Recent Projects of the Indiana Karst Conservancy, Inc.
Kriste Lindberg
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38. Delineation of Karst Groundwater Divides by In-Cave Dye Tracing, Mammoth Cave Karst Aquifer, Kentucky
Joe Meiman and Chris Groves
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39. An Instrument and Method for Measurement of Dust Fall in Caves
Neville A. Michie
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40. Urbanism and Cave Conservation In Central Texas
Kristin Miller and C. Lee Sherrod
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41. The Management of Logsdon, Hardin, and Swirl Canyon Caves–A Cooperative Effort Between the Nashville Grotto and the Southeastern Cave Conservancy, Inc.
William Overton
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42. Pigeon Mountain Thirty Years of Noninterference
Allen Padgett
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43. Successful Cave Management Strategies at Carlsbad Caverns National Park
Dale Pate
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44. Land Use and Water Quality Threats to the Mammoth Cave Karst Aquifer, Kentucky
Rhonda Pfaff, Alan Glennon, Chris Groves, Michael Anderson, John Fry, and Joe Meiman
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45. Cave Acquisition and Management Experiences of the Southeastern Cave Conservancy
Bill Putnam
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46. Underground Radio Use in Cave Rescue Operations
Bill Putnam
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47. Exotic Species in North American Caves
Will K. Reeves
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48. The Caver’s Resource Workshop
Rob Robbins
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49. Cave Gate Airflow Disturbance–A Qualitative Study
Brian Roebuck, Ahmad Vakili, and Lynn Roebuck
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50. Methods for Estimating Colony Size of Mexican Free-tailed Bats (Poster Presentation)
William T. Route, David M. Roemer, Val Hildreth-Werker, and Jim C. Werker
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51. An Overview of the Balcones Fault Zone Portion of the Edwards Aquifer in South-Central Texas
Geary M. Schindel, Phyllis Stanin, Rick Illgner, and John Hoyt
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52. Delineation of the Recharge Area for a Karst Spring Serving a Small Community on the Cumberland Plateau Escarpment
J.S. Schroll and J.R. McCormick
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53. Protecting Inaccessible and Un-accessible Caves
Patricia E. Seiser
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54. Aspects of Cave Management on Federal Lands
Patricia E. Seiser
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55. The Protection and Management of Prehistoric Cave Art in the Southeast
Jan F. Simek, Jay D. Franklin, and Alan Cressler
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56. Landfill Gas Transport in Karst
Jeff Smith
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57. CKIS–GIS in Cave and Karst Management
Bernie Szukalski and Mike Yocum
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58. Groundwater Quality in the Caves and Karst of Illinois’ Salem Plateau
Steven J. Taylor
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59. Acidic Bog Drainage and Limestone Dissolution, Mammoth Cave National Park
Jeff Timmons, Chris Groves, and Joe Meiman
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60. The Potential Use of Data-logging Light Intensity and Light On/Off Meters in Mapping Visitor Use of Wild Caves
Rickard S. Toomey III, Steven J. Taylor, Diane Tecic, Debbie S. Newman, and Chris Hespen
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61. Cave Management vs People Management: Cave and Karst Management and Protection via People Management
Jerry L. Trout
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62. Habitat Conservation Planning: A Model for Comprehensive Resource Management in Karst
George Veni, James R. Reddell
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63. Site History as an Asset in Preserve Management
Mike Warner
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64. Principles and Practice for Design of Cave Preserve Management and Monitoring Plans for Invertebrate Species of Concern, San Antonio
Kemble White and Kenneth J. Kingsley
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65. Fox Mountain History, Acquisition, Survey, and Access
Jim Wilbanks
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66. Tools and Resources for Cave and Karst Education
Carol Zokaites
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