Vol 31, No 3 (2002)

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

Pavel Bosák, Helena Hercman, Andrej Mihevc, Petr Pruner PDF
High-Reesolution Magnetostratigraphy of Speleothems from Snežna jama, Kamnik-Savinja Alps, Slovenia

Philippe Audra, Jean-Yves Bigot, Ludovic Mocochain PDF
Hypogenic Caves in Provence (France).

Pavel Bosák, John E. Mylroie, Jindŕich Hladil, James L. Carew, Ladislav Slavík PDF
Blow Hole Cave: An Unroofed Cave on San Salvador Island, the Bahamas, and its Importance for Detection of Paleokarst Caves on Fossil Carbonate Platforms

Nadja Zupan Hajna PDF
Osovniška jama, the Cave in Isolated Karst in the East of Slovenia

Maša Surić PDF
Submarine Karst of Croatia - Evidence of Former Lower Sea Levels

Ugo Sauro PDF
The Monti Berici: A Peculiar Type of Karst in the Southern Alps

János Móga PDF
Morphogenetical Karst Types of the Transylvanian Mountains (Mt. Apuseni

Sanja Faivre, Philippe Reiffsteck PDF
From Doline Distribution to Tectonics Movements Example of the Velebit Mountain Range, Croatia

Simona Šušteršič PDF
Two Phase Development of the Upper Cerkniščica basin

Philipp Häuselmann PDF
UIS Cave Symbols: The definitive List