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IGCP 379 Newsletters - 1997

1998-07-10KDL 2021

CONTENTS

Part 1 IGCP 379 in Late 1996 and Early 1997

Part 2 Meeting Reports, Suggestions and Proposals

  1. IGCP 299 report from Austrian subgroup, "Ybbstaler Alpen", Rudolf Pavuza

  2. Brief report on "Climatic Change: The karst record", a KWI symposium, David A. Richards

  3. Summary and achievements-- to symposium of climatic change: The karst records, Li Bin

  4. Karst in North Norway ( report on Excursion, August,1996), Li Bin

  5. Report from Japanese Working Group of IGCP 379, Kazuhisa Yoshimura

  6. Suggestion for a typical study site,BLANCA & MIJAS Mts KARST, South Spain

  7. Contribution to IGCP 379: A new method of karst denudation calculation based on input of climatic data,Philippe Gombert

  8. Croatian and Slovenia proposal: To what extent the carbonate solution module (Gam’s approach) reflects karst processes, Ante Sarin

  9. A China-Indonesia-Austraulia cooperation plan: rainfall variations in Australia and esat Asia over the last 500,000 years from speleothem deposition, suggested by Linda K. Ayliffe

  10. Suggestions for Sino-Vietnamese cooperation in IGCP 379, Do Tuyet


Part 3??????? Contributions

I. Carbon Cycle in Karst

  1. Influence of climatic parameters in karst denudation,?Philippe Gombert
  2. Contribution of Cyanobacteria to the formation of tufa in the entrance to Akiyoshi-do Cave, Yamaguchi, Japan,?Kazuhisa Yoshimura et al
  3. Tufa in limestone areas in southern Japan,?Kazuhisa Yoshimura et al
  4. Morphological processes of polygonal karst in Pan De Guajaibon, Sierra del Rosario, NW de Cuba, Andrej Tyc

II. Karst Hydrogeology

  1. Hydrogeology of Blanca and Mijas Mts Karst, Southern Spain, Bartolome Andreo-Navarro
  2. Assessment of groundawter Vulnerability in the karst and environmental protection, Borivoje F. Mijatovic

III. Cabon Cycle and Climatic Variations

  1. Climatic variations in high and low latitudes: Ecosystem and Biomass Changes during the humid and arid phases of the last 125,000 years, A. Velichko et al
  2. Carbon storage in terrestrial biosphere of Congo, Myriam Namri & Dominique Schwartz
  3. Mauritania Environmental changes during the Quaternary and their possible effect on carbon storage, Hugues Faure, Liliane Faure-Denard
  4. Role of photosynthetic microbial communities in the increase of the sink of atmospheric CO2,Jean Trichet and Christian Defarge

IV. Paleoclimatic Reconstruction with Karst Records

  1. A 230ka record of glacial and interglacial events from Aurora Cave, Fiordland, New Zealand,Paul W. Williams
  2. An indicator of paleoenviroments in desert ,margins: The Anurans near Rabat, Morocco, Mohamed Salem Ould Sabar & Patrik Michel
  3. Climate change over the past 135,000 years in the Namib Desert, Namibia: Proxy data, Klaus Heine
  4. The potential of speleothems in the reconstruction of southern Africa paleoclimates--an example from Lobatse II Cave, Botswana,?Karin Holmgren
  5. Late Quaternary paleoclimate in the Eastern Mediterranean---Stable Isotope Systematics of Soreq Cave speleothems, Bar-Matthews et.al
  6. Submerged speleothems from the Bahamas:: Sea level, paleoclimate and Uranium-series disequilibria, David A. Richards et al
  7. Chemical kinetic, speleothem growth and climate,?Wolfgang Dreybrodt
  8. Complex stratigraphic series in Belgian caves: correlation with the paleoclimatic variations during Middle and Upper Pleistocene,?Yves Quinif
  9. Calibration of speleothem stable isotopes against historical records: a Holocene temperature curve for North Norway,?Stein-Erik Lauritzen
  10. Grow rate, gray level and luminescence of stalagmite laminae,?Dominique Genty et al
  11. SPELEOTHEM LUMINESCENCE PROXYrecords of annual rainfall in the past, evidence for "the Deluge" in speleothems, Y.Y. Shopov et al
  12. U-Pb dating of Quaternary age speleothem, David A. Richards et al
  13. Isotopic composition of paleoprecipitation and paleogroundwaters from speleothem fluid inclusions, P.F. Dennis et al
  14. Isotopic composition of present-day alpine speleothems from Trentino (NW Italy): a key for paleoclimatic interpretations in ancient speleothems, Andrea Borsato et al
  15. Isotopic study of cave carbonates from Moravian karst, Czech Republic, Jaroslav Kadlec et al


Part 4 Book Review

M.M. Sweeting: Karst in China

Part 5 List of Participants,Registration Forms Received after June 30, 1996

Part 6 Email Addresses of IGCP 379 Paticipants? ? ? ? ? ? ?

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