Vol 45, No 1 (2016)

Cover Page
Karst areas occupy 10-20 % if ice free land. Dissolution of rock by natural waters has given rise to specific landscape and underground. Karst surface features and caves have attracted man's curiosity since the dawn of humanity and have been a focus to scientific studies since more than half of milenia.

Acta Carsologica publishes orginial research papers and reviews, letters, essays and reports covering topics related to specific of karst areas. These comprise, but are not limited to karst geology, hydrology and geomorphology, speleology, hydrogeology, biospeleology and history of karst science.

Table of Contents

Original papers

Tamás Telbisz, Tamás Látos, Márton Deák, Balázs Székely, Zsófia Koma, Tibor Standovár PDF
The advantage of lidar digital terrain models in doline morphometry compared to topographic map based datasets – Aggtelek karst (Hungary) as an example

Jonathan B Sumrall, Erik B. Larson, John E. Mylroie PDF
Dolomite caves within the Seroe Domi Formation on Curacao, Netherland Antilles

Dagfinn Moe, Stein-Erik Lauritzen, Rannveig Øvrevik Skoglund PDF
Inverted, ’parallel’ accretion of organic material in the cave Setergrotta, Rana, northern Norway: a case study

Ranko Biondić, Hrvoje Meaški, Božidar Biondić PDF
Hydrogeology of the sinking zone of the Korana River downstream of the Plitvice Lakes, Croatia

Georg Kaufmann, Franci Gabrovšek, Janez Turk PDF
Modelling flow of subterranean Pivka river in Postojnska jama, Slovenia

Vlastimil Růžička, Roman Mlejnek, Lucie Juřičková, Karel Tajovský, Petr Šmilauer, Petr Zajíček PDF
Invertebrates of the Macocha Abyss (Moravian Karst, Czech Republic)


Luiz Eduardo Panisset Travassos, Rachel Inêz Castro de Oliveira PDF
Tufa deposits in the karst region of Montes Claros, Minas Gerais, Brazil

Reports & Book Reviews

Mariana Barbosa Timo PDF
Speleological Heritage in Ferruginous Rocks: Proposals to its Conservation in the Iron Quadrangle, Minas Gerais