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KWI Carbons & Boundaries
This section includes works presented at Karst Waters Institute Symposium on Carbon and Boundaries in Karst, Carlsbad, New Mexico, US, January 2013.
Guest editor: David C. Culver
Special Issue 60th anniversaryA collection of invited review articles dedicated to the 60th anniversary of Acta Carsologica.
UNESCO IGCP 598This is section reserved for papers submitted for the issue dedicated to UNESCO IGCP 598 program.
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