Descent (259), December 2017 Eight...
Descent (259), December 2017
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It’s been a time for cavers to hold science and electronics meetings: BCRA and CREG's autumn gatherings.
A new entrance has been opened into Ogof Draenen.
We say farewell to Boyd Potts, a caver always active and supportive of others.
The first of two linked articles about the 2017 expedition to Mulu takes us into the high-level passages of Creedence, a cave full of promise.
Helicoptered into a remote area, the team is intent on following up known leads in the search for new passage.
Hazel Barton concludes her influential series on cave life: this is how microbes are slowly yielding their secrets.
How fast does stal grow? Quite quickly, in Dentdale.
Someone’s been getting very annoyed about the theft of some bones.
A handy device to repair a broken zip.
For years cavers have tried for a connection to create a mile-deep system in the Dachstein.
Cover: Lucy Greenwood in Curtain Chamber, St Cuthbert's Swallet. Photo: Stu Gardiner
Back cover: Cat Hulse and Luke Cafferty in Liberation, Wonder Cave, Mulu. Photo: Jeff Wade