Cave Notes

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Cave Notes

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Cave Notes
Series Title:
Caves and Karst: Research in Speleology
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Caves and karst: Research in speleology
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Cave Research Associates
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Cave Research Associates
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Index Volumes VI-VI 1962-1964. Subject index complied by R. deSaussure Author index compiled by R. deSaussure Indexed to scientific names compiled by Ronald A. Brandon Cave Notes(vols. 1-8) and Caves and Karst: Research in Speleology(vols. 9-15) were published by Cave Research Associates from 1959-1973. In 1975, the Tumbling Creek Cave Foundation compiled complete sets of the journals in three volumes. The Foundation sells hardbound copies of the material to support its activities.
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Vol. 4-6 (1962-1964)
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CAVE NOTES A Review of Cave and Karst Research INDEX VOLUMES IVVI 1962 -196'1 CAVE RESEARCH ASSOCIATES 3842 Brookdale Blvd. Castro Valley, California

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td.lalone 6: 25-26 !lccidentals 5:11 Alubama, caves genera~ 5: 7 ~ Corkscrew 5:S She1ter 4;44 algae 4: 22 Alps 4;7; 6:48 amphibians 5:11 a.nhydrite 4:36; 5:39 animal domestication 4:29-30 Antarctica, caves, general 6: 14 anthropology 6; 12 Appalachian Mountain!l 5; 11,15,40 aragonite 5:7,15; 6;11-12,15 archaeology; See particu1a.r area archaeology, salvage 4;30 I\ri~ona archaeology 6: 47 biology 5: 24 clIves Buckelew 5;7 Cave of the Domes 5: 47 Chiracahua Mts, 5 7 Grand Canyon 5:4; 6;8,19 Onyx 5;23 Rampart 4;6 Silent niver 6:19 Tapeats 6;8 u. S. Guano 4;40-41 Ventana 6;47 geology 6; 15 Grand Canyon 4; 7,40-42; 5; 4 Havasu Canyon 4; 43 Kaibab limestone 5;
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chemistry, lI'eneral 4:6,23 China Gigantopithecus Cavil 6:47 M karat 6: 24,40,46 cllly 5:47; 6:48 climate 4:6, 5:15-16; 6:40 Closani Research Station 4:7 coloration, biological 4: 17,20 commercial caves 6:12 concentration gradients 5: 46 conductivity 6:15 conservation 4:24,35; 5:22-23,32; 6:33 copper 4:36 coral 6:2 Cordilleran Culture 4:34 corrasion 6: 4-5,14,23-24 con'osion plains (Karstrandobene) 6:46 Costa Rioa, general 5:40 coyotes 5: 14 crolle-flies 5:6 crayfish 4:4-5,24,51 cremations 6:25,27 Crntaceous 4: 25,33, 6: 48 crickets 5: 11 crusted strands 4:12; 6:12 cl'ystallogrllphy 5: 39 Cuba caves 4:35; 6:24,39-40 .. karst 6: 24,39-40 cutters 6: 47 Czechoslovakia cave booke 4:7 cavea, general (6:40) Dalmatia (aee "Yugoalsvia' dams 4:25,32 dating 4:6,39,43; 5:39; 6:11-12, as deer 4: 28 defense 6: 40 dehydration 4 43 dens 4:1-4 diente de perro ('dog's teeth") 6724--differential solution 6: 18, 22 disease 5:14; 6:13 diurnal rhythms 4:4-5 diving 5:47 dogs 5: 14 dolinea 4:7,42; 6:48 dolomi te 4: 35-36,45-49, 5: 8; 6: 10-11, 14,21,47 donLal structures 4:36 domea 4:15; 6:20-23,39 Dominican Republic, cavea, general 5:6 duperies 4 39; 6: 11 dry valleys 6:48 dye testing 4:32,39 earth tides 6: 13 earthquakes 5:24; 613 earthworms 5:9-10 echinoliths 6:3-5,23-24,39 ecology 4:35,50-52; 5:6,10,12-13; (6: 39) ecotone 4:51-52; 5:13 ectoparasites 5:14 elevation 4: 19 elk 5:39 England caves, general 4:42 karst 4:36; 6:48 Pengelly Cava Research Centre 5:32 Europe caves, general 4:42, 5:7, 6:ll karst 6:48 evaporites 4: 35: 5: 39 evapo-transpiration 4:33 evolution 5:10,12,15 exerci",,, 6: 40 factories 6:40 fauna 5: 12 ferns 6:39 fertilizer 4:35 fidller cub 4:4 fish 4:28,44,51; 5:9,15 fiaaurea 6:15 :flat ceilings (i1"e "ceilings, water~ level '') Florida caves, general 6:13 karst (6:13-14) paleontOlogy 6: 13 Qcah limestona 6: 13 flowstone 5:42,47; 6:14 fluoroscein 4:39 flutes 6:11,18,23 folklore 5: 22 fO>e:ea 4: .28, 5: 14 Franoe, caves general 4:44 Lasoaux 6:40 Moulis Subterranean Laboratory 5:32; 6:12 frogs 4:17-22; 5:12-13,38 frost action 611,19 (6:46) gates '" 23 gazelle 4:29 geology: refer to particular gaomorphology 4:7 geophysica 6; 19 gerbils 4: 29 Germany caves Gipaberg 4:16; 6:19 Hl:lllern 6:17~19 Segeberge 5:46 karst 6:15,19 Munich Museum 4: 43 glaciers 6:14,40, (6:46) glaucophane schists 5:7 glossaries 4:7; 5:16 wneias 6: 14 Gnome Project 5:25 goat 4: 29 goethite 4:34 gours 6:11-12 granite 6:14 gravity eeuetee 5:39; (6:47~48) Greece, karat 4:36 guano 4:3,39-41; 5:7,11,35; 6:20 gypsum 4:16; 5:7-8,46; 6:16-19 herdness 6: 38-39 he1ictites 4:39 herpetology 4: 30 hibernstion 4:34 bistoplnsmosia 5:14 hoodoos 4: 42 horizona, water-level 4:12; 5:4148; 6:23 hot springs 4:36 hUiTIidity 4:39, 5:13,35 Hungary Barad1a Cave 5: 12 karst 6,:15,48 hydrogrllphs 4: 33; 5: 17 ,21,26-30 hydrology 4:32-33,38; 5:17-22,2630; 6:13-15,39 ice 4:7; 5:16; 6:16 ichthyology 5:6 Idaho archeolcgy 4: 34; 15,39 b101ogy 5:15 csves ~ general (4: 34) Ash 5:39 We1s t-ockahe Lt.e t5 39 Wilaon Butte 5:15 geology 4: 36 Illinois caves, general 4:33 Univarsity of 4: 24 Indiana biology 4: 24 caves general 4:44,51; 5:2,9,35,37, 6:15,24 E11ars 5: 36 Mayfield's 5.35,37 Ray'a 5:8 Wyandotte 5;34,38 karst St, Louie limestone 4:44 Indl,ans Basketmakar 4: 5~6 Pinto 4:5 Pueblo, Nevada 4:5-6 Southern Paiute 4:5-6 1iwertebratea 5:6,11 iOdine 4: 23 Iowa, Osage 5:20 1m,! archeology 4: 25-32 cavea' general 5: 39 Shan1dar 4: 6, 25-32 Euphrates Rlver 5:39 Mesopotamian karat 5:39 palsonotiogy 4:25,27-29 Qamchuga limestone 4: 25 Tigris River 5:39 Zagroa Mountains 4:25,30 Ireland, ~arat (6:47-48) iron 5:12; 6:40 isopoda 4: 39 Iarae1 Mt, Carmal 4;26 Italy ~ P1etraseca cave 4: 33 kant 4:7: (6:46) jackal 4:28 ~amaica cavea genaral 5;6,24; 1-5,23-24, 39 Coffa .. 11i Vel' 6 3-5 Petal'kin 6:5 Geological Survey 6:1,3 kant 6: 1-5, 24 Japan Akiyoahi-dai Science Muaewn 6: 38-39 archeology 6: 39 biology 6,39 cavea general 4:42, 6:39 ~ Akiyoahi-do 6:39 Kojiki-ana 6:39 Komori-ana 6: 39 ShUhadu 6:38 karat 6: 39 kaol1nite 4:34 karren 5 26 iii

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karst: rtlftlr also to particular area general 5:27,30-32; 6:4-5,8,40 47-48 homoc!inal 6:22 paleo6: 24,47 tt"opical 6:1-5,40 valleys 6: 48 Kentucky archeology 5: 7 ,22 cave", general 5:9,15-16,22,35,40; 6:20 Flint Ridge "'ystem 5:22 Mammoth 4:4,8,24,36; 5 7,11, 15,20,22; 6:20 S"'lt", 5:7 Institute of Speleology 5:6,9 Mitchell Plain 5:15 University ot Kentucky 5:6 Woodland cUlture 5:7 laboratoritls, anbterranean 4: 36; 5:32; 6:12,39 laminae 6:23 lapiez 6: 2-3,24,46-47 Laugdecken (aee "ceilings, waterlevel '') hva 4: 18,36 lava tubes 4:39; 6:19 I,awrence Radiation Laboratory 5: 25 lemmings 5: 40 Levant 4: 30 light, effecta ot 4:3,42; 5:11; 6: 39 limeatone; (refer to type and particular area) limnology 5: 6 lizard 4:28 Llhmngs1'azetten 5:46; 6:18 Louisianna, salt mine 4:16 Madison fonnation 4:35; 6:40 'magneaium 4:34; 6:15 malachite 4: 36 Malaysia ~ archeology 4 35 cave/:! 'general 4: 35 Batu 4:35 MallOJ"ca, caves' general 5: 15 So Plana 5:15 Cola S'Almonia 5:15 mammala 4:28,30 (see sIl'O apecies) manganese 4,6; 6:47 mapping 4:7-8,43; 5:22; 6:41 muble 4:40; 6:27 marten 4: 28 moas conservation 4,36 mass tJ"llnr;fer 5: 25 Mediterranean Sea 5:15 MesoU thic 4: 26 Meaopotamia (aee "Iroq") Mesozoic 4:35 metamorpbism 4:34-35 meteorology 5:13,17-22; 6:12 MeXico, CaVeS general 5:14 San Joaecito 5,40 mica 4,34 microclimatell 4: 39; 5: 35 microflo;ra 6: 40 microorganisms 6: 12-13, 48 Middle Horizon culture 6:25-32 millipeda 4:39 iv minerals 5:8 (see 01150 particular types) minerd deposita 4:43 mining 4:38 Miocene 4:33; 6:13 miraboUte 5:1 Mississipphn 4:42,44; 5:2,4) 6:40 MiaaOl,lJ"i, caves generd 4:51, 5:24,(530),40; 6: 24 Drug accr-e 5: 47 GJ"l:oer Springs 5:26 Laclede County 4:10 Marble 4: 11 Mark Twdn 5:42 Marvel 4:32 Rock BOllae 4:9 WaynesVille, cave nr. 4;11 Wet 4:9 mites 5:10,14 mix:ing corrosion (Mischungakorrosion) 6:46 moles 4: 29 moomnilk (Mondl'llllch) 4:43; 8; 6:11,40 Montana, caves, general 6:47 montmorillonite 4;34 moss 5:47 motbs 4: 42 mount.a.in lion 4: 2 Mousterian 4:26,28,30 museum methods 4: 43 mushJ"ooms 6: 39 Neanderthal Man 4: 25-27,30-31 NeolithiC 4:26,31 Nevsde archeology 4: 5-6,44 botany 4: 5 caves genernl 4:42,44; 6;48 Cave Volley 5:45; 6:21 Humboldt 6:21,31 Lehman 6:11 Leviathan 5: 24 LOvelock 6: 27,31 Model 5:45 Sh'art Rockaha1ter 4 5-6 geology 4: 5-6, 44 Lllke Lahontan 4: 44, 52 paleontology 4:5 Stllte Museum 4:5: 5 24 New Gllinea, kl\ret 6:40 New Mexico biology 5:10 caves generol 5: 10 Carlabad 5:7,10,20 Vandalized 5:7 karst 4: 36 New YOJ"k, Barton Hill 4;3/l-33 SchOharie 4: 32-33 New Zealand, caves general (4:34) PatuJ"au, cave at ~:6 nips 4:12-13; 5:46; 6:2,21-22 nitrates 6:24,40 nomenclatnt"e 4;50-52; 5: 4, 9-12, 15, 40 North Ame~'ica, coves, general 4;11 NOJ"th BOJ"neo: GOlnontong coves 4 35 nuclear tllating 5:25; 6:48 Ohio: Greene Township cave 5: 7 oil 5:39 oolites: aee "esve pearls" oppoauma 5:14 ore depoaition 4:36 'Oregon: Oregon Caves 5:40 organic debrh 4:14,35-36,51; 6:20. 23-24, (6:40) oxen 4: 29 oxidation-reduction 4:6 Paleolithic 4:26,30-31,44 paleontology: refer to pu'ticular area passage texturing 6: 39 pendant s 6: 23 Pennsylvania, cavee Carpenter 6: 10 Indian Echo 6: 10-11 New Paris sinks 5: 40 Pennayl vanian 4: 44 Pe:rmian 5:4; 6:47 pl{ 4:36; 5:3; 6:21,(6:24),38-39 phreatic 5:1,3,8 pig 4:28 pipe artifacts 6:25-32 pits 6:26 planar domes 6: 20-23 planes of repose 5:41-48) 6:17-19, 6: 38 Pleistocene 4:1-4, (4:16),25-26,30, 36,39: 5:7,40; (6:13),6:14,40, Pliocene 6:18 Poland karat 6:47 Krekow region 5 40 poljes 6: 48 pollen 4:6,25,44 porcupines 4:1-4; porosity 4:36; 5 pressnre channels prisons 6:25 pronghbrn 5: 39 Puerto :Rico general 4:16 karst 6:47 Pyz-enee s coves, generlll 5: 2 pyrite 4:45 5-' 3; 6 5: 45 15,42-43 quartz 4:45 rabies 5:13-14 r-eccccns 5: 14 radioactivity (4:36) J"adiocarbon: aee "carbon-14" ratta 6: 12 rainfall 4:33; 6:38-39 rata 4:39; 5:11,16,34-35; 6:48 relative humidity 4: 19 (see also "humidity) reproductivs cycles 4:4-5 reptiles 4:28 reaervoirs 6: 40 reaistivity 6:41-45 resolution 4:43; 5:5; 6:11, (6:14) resurgencee 4: 36 rimstone terraces 4: 12,16 ringhlls 5: 14 rivers 4:43 rocktall: ase "breakdown" rodents 4:29; 5:40 RumanIa ceves, genersl 4:6-7 Glaciere of scarifollro 4:7 Institutul de speologie 4:7 salemanders 4: 9-12, 23-23, 34-35,38, 50-52: 5:6,11-12

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salt 4: 16 saturation 4:36, 6:14 scsllops 6:11,18,23 Scandinavia, karst 6:16 scorpions 5: 7 eea cavell 5:15, 6:1-3 seD level 5;15; 6:2 sea WlIter 4: 36 sheep 4: 29 shields 6: 13 shrimp 4: 44 shrub-ox 4: 2 silic. 4: 34 sinkholes 4: 35-36, (5: 39); 6: 13, 40 (see elsa "dolines") siphons 4: 39 skunks 5: 14 sMils 4:28, 5:38 snakell 6: 13 1I0il 4:25; 6:24 Solenhofen limelltone 6:43 solution bevels 6:3438 solution cavities and channels 5:16,26 solution ceilingll: see "ceilings, water-level" solution facets 5:46; 6:18 solution rates 4: 36,45-49; 5: 2; 6:34-40,46,48 solution valleys 4:42 South Africa, cavell, general 5:7 South Americe, migration 4:1-2 South Carolina, karst 4:35 space trllvel a: 13 Spain Cllves general 4.: 43 Altimira 4:43 Mildrid 4:43 speleofllcts 6: 11 5pelaogell5 4:12-16,(4:33),4:46; 5:8,25,41-48; 6:17-24,34-38 (5ee also particular type) speleothems: See 1I1so particulU' tYlle artificlll 4:34; 6:14 classification 6:46 development 4:42; 5:5; 6:9-13, Spergen limestone 6:43 spiders 5:8,11; -6:39 spring domes 4: 36 springs .. : 32-33,39,42-43; 5: 21, 26-30,39, 6:13-15 st81acti tes 4: 43; 5: 39; 6: 12 stalactites, negative 6:20-21 stalagmites 5:42 Stanford Grotto 6:25,32 Stanfol"d Research Institute 4:38; 5,24, 6:19 steatite 6:21 stream piracy 5:40 stream tracing 4:36 strontiUJll 6:9-12,15 sulfate 4:34 sulfur 5: 12 swalleta 4:42 Sw1.tzel"land, caves general (6:40) Hell Hole 6:46 taxonom.y: aae "nomencl .. tu .... tectonic activity 4:15 temperature 4:3,).8-19,39; 5;3,1920,34-37; 6:11,15,48 tempel"atllre studiu on anim .. ls 4: 10, 42, 5:13,34-:15 Tennellsee biology 4: 23 olives general 4:23,33 Big Mouth 4:35 Big Room 4:35 terril rossa 5:15-16 terJ'Bces 4:43-44,52 rexe s biology 5: 10 caves gener .. l 5: 8, 12 Cave Withollt a Name 5:40 Frio 5:14 Longhorn 5:16,40 Miller's 5:40 Edwards Plateau 5:10 thermokarst 6: 16 thermoluminescence 4:44 toz-coa ee 4:28; 6:47 t rece elements 4:6,44, 5 15 travertine 4:36,43; 5:3 tree roots 4:39 tritium' 4:36 troglobites 4:22,38-39; 5:8-12, 6:39,46-47 troglophlles 4:50-52; 9-11, 33-34; 6:39 trogloxtlnes 4: 17,20-22,42,50-52; 5:9,11-12,36; 6:39 trop-plein 4:13 tropical cave effecta 6: 4, 23-24,40 tubes 6: 18 turtle 4:28 underground storaga 4:32 underground weathering 6: 11 ungulates 4:28 c J United 8tates biology 5:8,12,38 cavea, general 4:42; 5:7-8,10, 14, 6: 11 Office of Naval Research 5: 24: 8:3,5 Weather Bureau 4:33; 5:17 U, S.B.R. karst 5:30-3i, 6:16,40,47 Kize1 Cave 4:44 Utah, caves general Logan 5:24 vadoae 5:1,8 vanda11sm 5:39 vapor domes 6:20,22 veins 6: 23 vene eue i e: CUeva del Guacharo 5: 16 vertebrates 5:40 Virginia biology 4:24,38; 6:14 caves general 4: 38 Early's 5:40 LUl"oy 4:34; 6:10-12 Natllral Chimneys 6: 14 Old Mill 6:9 Ruffner'a 4:34 Shenendoeh Valley 5:4,30; 6: 14 TollltY's 6:'14 voles 4:29; 5:8 water balance 5: 19-22,26 waterfalls 4:43; 6:23 water-level planea: see "ceilings, wllter-level" water-level horizons: lie" ''horizons'' weathering 5:15 West Virginia caves general 5: 11 Rellhole 5:7 Rapp's 4:50 WiBconllin (atage) 5:40 wolf 4: 28 Wyomiug, karst 40 Yucatan, cavell, general 5; 2 Yugosbvh caves, general 5:39-40 Dalmat1an cavell 4:34 kar&t (6:48) zanjones 6:47 v

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Al-asir, Naji 4:28 Alexander, cnee. P. 5:6 Alay, Phyllis 6:5 Al"y, Thomas 4:32-33; 5:6,17-22, 24,26-30; 6:1-5,13,19,23_24,39_ 40,46 Alt, A. 4:9,11 Amsden, C. A. 6:28,30 Anderson, C. A. 4:39, 5:34,37 Anderson, Richard 4:32-33 Andrieux, C. 5:39 Angelucci, A. 4: 33 Anno, Shiro 6:39 Autfenberg, Walter 6: 13 Awad, Gurgie 4: 29 Back, wm. 6: 13 Bailey, V. 4:4 Baker, James K. 5:7 Banta, A. M. 5:34-35,37 Bardeen, J. 6:44-45 Barden, R. B. 4: 10-11 Barnes, Ivan 6: 14 Barr, Thos. C., Jr. 4:33, 5:6,912,15 Baemach L, Faraj 4: 30 Bauer, Fridtjot 6:46 Beardsley, R. K. 6:27-28,31 Beatty, wm. B. 4:36,40-41 Beckman, H. C. 5:26,30 Behmiller, John £:3 Benington. F. 5:7 Biese, Walter 5:39 Bischoff, E. W. 4:18,22 Bishop, S. C. 4:10-11 Blair. A. P. 4:23 Blaney, H. F. 4:33 Blatchely, W. S. 5:34-35,37 Bagli, Alfred W. 6:24,46 Bostick, Neely H, 5:30-32,38-40; 6:15-16 Bourguignon, P. 443: 6:14 Brady, N. C. 6:45 Braidwoo(l, Robt, J. 4:28,30,32 Brandon, Ronal(l A. 4:9-12,23,29, 34-36,44,50-52; 5:9,11-12,38 Bretz, J H. 4:33, 5:42,48 Brosset, An(lre 4: 34 Brown, FrBnk A. 4: 4-5 Brown, W. H. 5: 7 Buckman, H, O. 6:45 Burder, J. R. N. 4:34-35 Burdon, D. J. 5:39 Butler, Roht. B. 4:34; 5:39 Butzer, Karl w. 5:15 Cady, J. G. 5:16 Cailleux, A. 6: 14 Cll1kin, P. 6:14 Card, R. H. 6:43,45 Carson, Robt. J. 6:14 Casey, T. L. 5:35,38 Castiglioni, G. B. 4:7-8 Ceumartio., Victor 5: 12 Chamberlin, Jos. C, 5:7 Chavignac, M. A. 6: 40 Chew, R. M. 5:7 Chimenti, M. 4:33 vi AUTHOR INDEX (Including persons mentioned) Compiled by R. deSaussure Chiusuen, Tseng 6: 46 Christinnsen, Kenneth 5: 10,12 Clou(l, Prsston E., Jr. 5:15 Colley, G. C, 5:39 Coman, D. 4:6-7 COllant,.fI. 4: 11 Conchar, J. 4:34 Conrad, Lyle G. 4:38 Constantine, Danny G, 5: 13-14 Cook, K, L. 6:45 Cooper, John E, 4:38,50,52; 5:11aa Cope, E, D, 5:34,38,40 Corbel, J. 4: 13; 6:48 Craig, D. L. 4:23 Cramer, H. U. 6:17-19 Croce, Daria 6:46 CUerda, Juan 5:15 CU11ingtord, C. 5:12 Cunninghsm, J. D, 4:18,22 Dacey, Ann 4:52 Danehy, E. A. 4:18,22; 5:33,38 Davies, Wm, E. 6:13 Davis, J. T. 6:27,31 Davie, Wayne H. 5:6 Dsvis, wm. M. 6:12,40 Dawson, E. J. 6:27-28,32 Day. J. G, 6:24,41M45 De1eurance, S. and E, 6:46-47 Denny, W. A, 4:9,11 Dent, J. N. 4:23 deSauBsure, n, 4:5-6,36,38-39,41, 43-44,52, 5:1-5,13-16,24,30,38_ 40; 6:9-12,20,23-24,33,46-48 Dickerson, M. C, 4:17,22 Dju11ie, Beatrice 4:34 Do(lge, Franklin C. 4:35 Doutt, J. Kenneth 5:40 oree i Maria 6:48 Dudicll, Endre 5:12 wi i c, Beatrice 5:39-40 Dundee, Harold A. 4:34 Dur1oo, L. H., Jr. 4:34 Dutton, C. A. 4:7 Dwyer, P. D. 4:34 Eden, J. 4:12 Eigenrnnnn, C, H. 4'9,11 Ek, Cammlle 4: 43 Elsasser, A. B. 6:27,28,31 Fenenga, F. 6:26-28,31 Fyfe, W. S, 5:7 Geratenhauer, Armin 6:47 Geze, B. 5:8 Gilewska, Sylwia 6:47 Giovannoli, Leonard 4:4 Gish, 0, H, 6: 44-45 Given, R. 4:1,4 Glennie, E, A. 5:11-12 Go(ldard, George 6:46 Gomez, R. S. 5:16 Gonealves, W. C, 6:26,29,31 Gooclman, Lou R. 6:17-19,46 GradziDski, Ryszard 5: 40, 6: 24, 39-40 Graham, Richard 4:1-4,17-22,33,36, 38-39,42,44,52: 5:7-8,15-16,24, 33-38,40; 6:6,8,13-14,16 Grif:l'ith, James S. 4:5-6 Gripp, Karl 4:16; 5:46,48; 6:18ra Gruhn, Ruth 5:15 Grund, A, 6: 12 GUernsey, S, J. 6:28,31 GUilday, John E, 5:40; 6:14 Gurnee, nceeei i 4:32-33 Ovozdetsky, N. A, (Gwozdsckij) 5:30: 6:16,47 Hack, J. T. 4:34 Hsll, John S. 5:7,16,38,40 Harrington, J. P, 6:26,31 Harrington, M. R. 6:27,31 Harris 4:4 Harris, S. E" Jr. 4:33 Hatch, M, n. 5: 38 Hatt, Robt T. 4:29-30 Haury, E, W, 6:28,31 Hay, W. P, 4:4-5 Haynes, C, Vance, Jr. 6:47 Hazelton, Mary 5: 11-12 Heizer, R. F, 6:26-28,31 Heller, F, 6:17-19 Hendricks, L. J, 4:10 Hilton, W. A. 4:9-11 Hinchey, N. S. 5:26,30 lUna, Iwao 6:39 Hoffmeister, OQnald F. 4:29 lIolland, Heinrich 0, 6:9-12.15 Holsinger, John R. 4:24,38 Hopson, R. E. 1:18-19.22 Horn, G. H. 5:34,38 Howe, 9ruce 4:30,32 lIowell, F. ClaJ;'k 4:30 Howell, PaUl W. 4:5-6 Heiang-K'uei, Yeh 6:47 Huebner, J, Stephen 6:9~12 Humphrey, G. L. 5: 14 Huntoon, Peter 6:19,46 Ingles, L. 4:1,4 Jarrige, J. 6:6 Jeanne1, R. 4:42 Jegla, Tholl., C, 4:4-5; 5:7 Jennings, J, D, 6:30-31 Johnson, J. J. 6:25,32 Johnson, Ottie G, 4: 35 JOrgensen, Clive D. 6:48 Kamp, J. W. 5:16 Kaplan, A. 5:45, 6:8 Katzer, F, 6:12 Kaye, Clifford 413; 5:46,48, 6: 2-3,21,23 Keefer; WIn. R. 6:40 Kellogg, L. (4:2), 44 Kemp, G. E. 5:14 Kendeigh, S. C, 4:51-52 Keesler, HUbert 6: 15 Kezer, L. J. 4:10-11 Kidder, A. V, 6:28,31 Kirby-Smith, J. S. 4:23

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Kirchmayer, M. q:35 Kirsipu, Thea. V. 6:11-12,15 Kittredge, J. 5:18,21 Kohler, M. A. q:33; 5:21,30 Krieger, A. D. 6:27,31 Kr-umbed n W. 6:40 Krutltsch, Philip H. 5: 7 Kuehne, Robt A. 5: 6,15 KUhn, Herbert 4:44 Kuramoto, T. 6:38~39 Kuznetsov, Ju. J. 6:16 Lang-e, A. L. 4:6-7,12-16,18,20,22, 33,36,38-40,44-46, 5:5-6,24,36, 38,41-48; 6:2-3,8,12-24,34-40, 46-48 Lareon, L. T. 6:47 Lazell, J. o.: Jr. 1:23,35 Le Conte, John L. 6:6 Lee. Raymond 4: 29 Lehmann, O. 6:12 Lillard, J. B. 6:26-28,31 Limeras, Jose 4:32-33 Linsley, R. K. 4:33; 5:21,30 Logn, O. 6:45 LomonOSOV, M. V. 6:16 Loud, L. L. 6:31 LyOn, T. L. 6:42,45 Maly, Robt G. 5:7 Martel, E. A. 6:12 Martin, Robt L. 5:8 Marx, Hyman 4:28,30 Manson, W. 4:34 Martin, Wilmer B. 4:52; 6:38; 6:19,46 Maruashvili, L. r. 16 Matthews, J. M. 4:35 Matthews, WIn. H., III 5:16 Mayr, Ernst 5:10,12 McClure, J. M. 4:35 McGregor, Dan R. 5:8 McGregor, Don L. 5:8 McGregol', J. C. 6:28,31 McKay-Fender, D. 5:40 McNab, J. A. 5:40 Mei-o, Jen 6:24,40 Meinzer, O. E. 6:42,45 Melhorn, W. N. 4:44 Melon, J. 4:43; 6:14 Melsheimer, F. E. 6:6 Melton, C. 5:7 Middleton, GerBld V. 4:35 Moneymaker, B. C. 6 13 Monroe, W. H. 6:47 Mooney, H. M. 6:46 Moore, George W. 4:33-36,44; 5:78,15-16,39-40; 6:11~16,40,46-48 Moore, Ian M. 5'33; 6:6-7 Moore, Jamee G. 4:35 Moore, J. P. 4:9,12 Marie, T. 6:38 Mowat, George D. 4:40,45-49,52; 5:38,45; 6:21,46 Mueller, Albert C. 4,32-33 MUllaly, D. P. 4:18,22 Murphy, T. 6:47-48 Musgrave, G. W. 5::I,a,22 Nader, Iyad A. 4:25-32; 5:39~40 Nelson, N. C. 6:27,31 Nelson, Ralph 4: 39 Nicholaa, Brother G. 4:50-52; 5:89,12; 6:12_13 Noble, G. K. 4: 10-12 Norbeck, E. 6:30-31 Novic, Alvin 5:16 NUnez Jimenez, Antonio 4:35 Odwn, E. P. 4:51-52 Ojaeti, Juhani 5:16 Okll.fugi, G. 6:39 Oleen, W. 11. 6:28,31 Orr, Phil C. 6:25,31 OXburgh, Ursulo. M. 6:9-12,15 Packard, A. S. 5:34,38 Palmer, L. S. 6,45 Pal'vyely 6:40 Papp Ferenc 6:15 Park 4:4 Pnequini, G. G. 4:33 Patton, Thoe. H. 5:40 Paulhus, J. L. II. 4,33; 5:21,30 Payen, LoUis A. 6:25-32,46 Pendery, EugaM C. 5: 8 Penman, H. L. 4:33 Pennington, Phil 6:46 Perkins, Dextet, Jr. 4 29-30 Peters, L. J. 6:44-45 Peterson, D. F. 6:15 Pinney, Roy 5:16 l'obeguin, Th. 5:8 Pochon, J. 6:40 Pope, S. H. 4:10,12 Powell, Richard L. 4:44; 6:15 Quinlan, James 6: 9 ne.ccvruee, tmil G. 4:6-7; 5:9,12 Radomski, A. 6:24,311'-40 Rellddy, Leigh A. 4:41,52; 5:a,24, 36 Read, Ronald 15:5,13 Reed, cnee. A. 4:28,30 Rice, J. L. 5:5 Riddell, F. A. 6:28,31 Roberts 4:4 Robinson, G. M. 6:15 Rodgers, 'nice. L. 5:8 Roglic, J. 6:48 Rooney, W. J. 6:44-45 nocues H. 6:12 Rose, Robt H. 4: 36 Rubin, Meyer 4:26,30-31 Ruhe, R. V. 5:16 Sabels, Bruno E. 4:5-6 Safidi, C. 5:39 Sayles, R. W. 5: 16 Schenk, W. E. 6:27,32 Schoenherr, Jack 6: 12 Schwartz, D. M. 4:36 Searby, Edw. P. 6:22 ¤enyilrek, Muzaffer 4 26,27,30 ¤erba.n, M. 4:6~7 Shutler, Richard, Jr. 4:5-6,44 Shutler. Mary E. 4:5-6 Sieveking, Ann and Gale 4: 44 Sinclair, W. J. 6:25,32 Slusser, Willis S. 5:5 smalley, A. 4.: 44 Smith, A. S. 5:34,36 Smith, C. C. 4:10-12 Smith, N. M. 4:44 Smith, Philip M. 4:7; 5:22 Smith, P. W. 4:11-12 Smyk, 1lo1eelaw 6:48 Solecki, Ralph 8. 4:25-31 Solecki, Roae 4:31 Stavropodis, J. D. 4:36 Ste1Jbins, n. C. 4:16,21-22 Stejneg-er, L. 4:9,12 Stewart, T. D. 4:31 SUess, Hans 4: 26,30 Sundennan, J. A. 4:44 Sutcliffe, A. J. 5:32 Suttkus, Royal D. 4:44 Svih1a, A. 4:16,22 Swaoting, M. M. 6:48 SWinnerton, A. C. 6:13 SZl1bO, P. Z. 6:48 Tagg, G. F. 6:45 Tercds, R. R. 4:21-22,42 Thornthwaits, C. E. 5:19,22 Thurow, Gordon R. 4:36 Tintilozov, ;::. K. 6: 16 Treacy, H. 4:45,49-50 Treganza, Adan E. 6:19,27,31-32 Truman, O. H. 5:5 Turner, C. (4:11},4:12 Turner, F. J. 5:7 Uhle, M. 6:27,32 Valentine, a. D. 5 Van Nostrand, R. G. Verstappen, H. Th. Viehmlluu, 1. 4:6~7 Vine, James D. 4:36 von Koenig-swald, G. 8 6 :45 6:40 4:30 Wakisawa, N. 6:38 Wallace, W. J. 6:25-26,28,32 Wallen, T. {4:11),4:12 Walton, Dan W. 5:40 Warwick, Gordon T. 6:48 Watson, P. J. 5:7 Weber, Neal 4:28 Wells, P. H. 4:11-12 Welle, Philip V. 6:48 Wenner, F. 6:44-45 Wotzel, 'II, W. 6:45 Wayl, Peter K. 4.: 36 Wheat, J. B. 6:28,32 'mIelan, J. A. 5:16 Wilcock, A. A. 5: 19,22 Williamson,!. A. 4:36 Wilson, N. L. 6:27,32 Wood, E. G. 5:14 WoU, B. 5:33,38 Wright, Herbert E., Jr. 4:32 Yaginuma, Takeo 5:8; 39 Zhukcv, M. M. 6:16 eaei J. 6:46 vii

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Agonum nebcockf 5:10 Agonum howdeni 5: 10 AgQllUn; ~lle 5: 10 Aleochora luc1fuge 5:35,37 Aleocher1 n~ Amblyopsis 4:51; 5:15 Amblyope1s ape Laea 5:9,15 Aneides lugubrls 5:13 Anl11iuuS5:1O Arllch"lda 5:7 Arthrobacter 6:48 Austrotyla 4:39 Bathysciines 6:46 BoletuB pulverulent Us 6:39 Bos 4:28 Bos taurus 4:29 Bos taurus primo genius 4:29 Cllmbarus bartoni 4:24,51 ~~dUS 4:4 Canis lupus 4: 28 Copra 4:29 Capra ~ aegagrus 4:29 Cap r eo.l.us 4: 28 ~ 5:10,15 Castor fiber 4: 29 cervus 4:'28 ChBTIilolobus tuberculetus 4: 34 Chelonethida 5: 7 Chthoniidae 5:7 Clostridium 6:10 Coleoptera 5:15,33,36; 6;6 Collncal1s b1'evirostris 4:35 Colhcdln luciphago 4: 35 Collembolo 5: 10 Conosomus castan,eus 5:36 Cyperacnae~ l>icamptodon enee eue 5:8 Dicrostonyx 5; 40 Dicrostonyx hudsoniCUS 5:40 Dipter~ 5:6 Eleutherodactylus latrans 5,12 E110bius lutescens 4: 29 Emballonuridae 5: 16 Ensatina eschacholt~l xanthapt1cn ~ Erethizan dorsa tum 4:1; 5:7 Erethhon dorsatuJn 'epi"anthum 4: 1 Eurycea 4~ ---Eurycea longicauda 5: 11 EuryCElB lucifuga 4:50,51; 5;8,11 EuryceB mUltiplicBta 4:10 Eurycea troglodyte/> 5: 12 FalBgriB laeviusculo 5:36 vi i i INDEX TO SCIENTIFIC NAMES Compiled by Ronald A. Brandon Gazella subgutturosa subgu1.turosa ~ Grom1nD 6; 39 Grylloblatidae 5:16 Grylloblatta barberi 5:16 Grylloblatta chand1ar1 5:16 Grylloblatta g'urneyi 5;16 Gynoplistia troglophila 5:6 Gyrinophilu/> 5:11 Gyri nophUus pallaucua 4: 23,24; 5: 12 Gyrinophilus palleucua necturoides 4:35 ---HodenoeCUB sUbterruneua 5: 11 Haideotrit,on 4:34 Heideotriton wallacei 434; 5:12 HB1iotis 6:26 ~ crucne rcdi t 6:25 Helix salcmonica 4:28 Ripposideroa 4:34 Homo neandertholenais 4: 26 Homo sapiens 4: 26 Homo ~ shanid"rensis 4: 27 !!1.!:.!!. 4:17,18,20 Hyla X'egi11" 4:17~22; 5:13 Levantiua aennni ca 4:28 Ligidium ~ Lobrath1um sUbaeriatnm 5: 34-37 Lonchophylla robllst~ 5:40 Lordi thon cinctico111s 5: 36 Marmota flovlvelltr1s 6:48 ~foina 4;28 iiie

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Index Volumes VI-VI 1962-1964. Subject index complied by
R. deSaussure Author index compiled by R. deSaussure Indexed
to scientific names compiled by Ronald A. Brandon
Cave Notes(vols. 1-8) and
Caves and Karst: Research in Speleology(vols. 9-15)
were published by Cave Research Associates from 1959-1973. In
1975, the Tumbling Creek Cave Foundation compiled complete
sets of the journals in three volumes. The Foundation sells
hardbound copies of the material to support its
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