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Descent (14), October 1970


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Contents

Descent (14), October 1970


The Essentials of Cave Surveying

Part two of Peter Cousins’ instructions on how to undertake a good cave survey.


Morocco & Its Promise of Virgin Caves

In September, a British expedition headed for the Atlas Mountains of Morocco to continue exploring its caves.


An American View of British Caving

On a three-week visit to Britain, William Halliday takes an outsider’s look at how our caving scene holds up.


Mossdale: A Case for Reopening?

Only three years previously six potholers were drowned in Mossdale Caverns – might the site be reopened so soon?


Aspects of Derbyshire’s Limestone Hydrology

Pete Mellors takes a look at the hydrology of the Peak District in light of recent increased interest in the subject.


Luckless, Lightless ... and Lost

Jim Eyre recalls his darkest hours when caving in Slovenia.


Cover: Laddering in a rift. Artwork: Tony Payne


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