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Descent (91), December 1989

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Descent (91), December 1989

The Congress Experience

Caving at the 10th International Congress of Speleology in Hungary.

The Imminent Loss of Pant-y-Llyn

Gus Horsley reports on the quarrying risk to the caves of West Wales.

Radon Survey on Mendip

A number of reports on radon in caves have appeared in print, though they have represented only a few locations and been expensive to produce meaningful results. From Mendip, Cuckoo Cleeves has seen an independent study.

Gear Review:
Diving Light

New diving lights from Underwater Kinetics.

Derbyshire Drought

The low water conditions of the summer of 1989 produced ideal conditions for exploration, particularly in P8.


Just how did LUMPS obtain its name?

Cover: Alan Walker in Lancaster Hole's Main Drain. Photo: Paul Deakin

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  • Size: A4
  • Pages: 40
  • Publication date: December 1989
  • ISSN: 0046-0036
  • Back issues: In stock