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Berliner Höhlenkundliche Berichte, Volume 68-69: Atlas of the Great Caves and the Karst of Africa

By: Michael Laumanns(Author)
362 pages, colour illustrations, b/w maps
Berliner Höhlenkundliche Berichte, Volume 68-69: Atlas of the Great Caves and the Karst of Africa
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Berliner Höhlenkundliche Berichte, Volume 68-69: Atlas of the Great Caves and the Karst of Africa

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Language: English, with a trilingual abstract in English, German and French in volume 28

The "Yellow Pages" of caving in Africa. Describes the new longest cave of Africa. Each country is presented in detail including maps (e.g. topography, geology and karst occurrences) as well as a description of the geological settings, the history of speleological exploration, a detailed list of the longest and deepest caves (including surveys), a list of useful addresses and an in-depth bibliography. Volume 68 covers Introduction and Algeria to Madagascar (184 p.), volume 69 covers Malawi to Zimbabwe and General References (178 p.).

 

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