Descent (13), August 1970 OUT OF...
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Peter Cousins covers what we should know if we are to take on a cave survey for real.
Caving has entered a new phase as cavers look long and hard at the caves of the Himalayas.
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.
Digging on Yorkshire’s Gragareth has revealed a new and serious undertaking: The Mohole.
New rescue dumps have been placed in Little Neath River Cave.
Cover: Rafting cavers. Artwork: Tony Payne