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Descent (31), May 1975
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Descent (31), May 1975
Britain’s First SRT Fatality
The facts behind David Huxtable’s death in Gaping Gill, with ...
Gaping Ghyll: Why Did the Rope Break?
An analysis of rope types and why some are unsuitable for SRT.
New Guinea 75
The latest expedition to Papua New Guinea is one of the largest and most ambitious to leave our shores.
A tidal sump guards the secrets of a discovery in the Forest of Dean.
NCA News Bulletin
The NCA reports back to cavers.
Alan Coase turns to flash techniques in part three of his series on cave photography.
The Problems Now Facing Britain’s ‘Super-Cave’
Making Ogof Ffynnon Ddu the centrepiece of British caves is not an easy thing.
Cover: The huge Iaro River Cave of Papua New Guinea. Photo: Uncredited
- Card cover
- Small format: 16cm x 20cm approx.
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- Descent: second-hand
- 52 inc. cover
- Publication date:
- May 1975
- Detailed condition:
- Very good; clean throughout, almost as new other than slight surface scuffs
- One copy available. Price includes UK postage. Please contact us direct for other destinations
- Stock no: 801
Second-hand copies of Descent
With such a wealth of information contained in the pages of Descent, out-of-print editions have become much sought after. To help collectors and researchers, where possible second-hand copies are available to supplement the back issues in stock.
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Descent (3), April 1969 SECOND-HAND Collector's copy: price includes postage and takes condition and scarcity into account. See Description tab for details of condition and the Notes tab for general information about second-hand copies of Descent.Depending on your post destination, this copy may show as unavailable. Please contact us in this case, so...