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Descent (13), August 1970


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Descent (13), August 1970


The Essentials of Cave Surveying

Peter Cousins covers what we should know if we are to take on a cave survey for real.


Himalaya

Caving has entered a new phase as cavers look long and hard at the caves of the Himalayas.


Rescue Problems in Super-Severes

Some cave rescue teams are considering the difficulties of rescuing an injured caver from some of the latest super-severe pots that are being opened up by exploration.


Gragareth’s Newest Baby: The Mohole

Digging on Yorkshire’s Gragareth has revealed a new and serious undertaking: The Mohole.


Double Depots Lodged in Flood-Risk System

New rescue dumps have been placed in Little Neath River Cave.


Cover: Rafting cavers. Artwork: Tony Payne


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  • Binding: Card cover
  • Size: Small format: 16cm x 20cm approx.
  • Pages: 36 inc. cover
  • Publication date: August 1970
  • ISSN: 0046-0036
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