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    Abstract
    The Karst Oral History Project is an effort to document the experiences, opinions and ideas of the leading figures in karst science described in their own words. This section includes both printed transcripts and audio recordings of interviews with some of the most accomplished karst scientists of the last several decades. (Summary)
    Publication Date
    2007-
    Genre
    Oral history. (local)
    Online audio. (local)
    interview (marcgt)
    Oral history (local)
    Online audio (local)
    Resource Identifier
    020510475 (ALEPH)
    417706724 (OCLC)
    OHP-KARST (USFLDC AGGCODE)
    020510475
    Language
    English
    Creator
    University of South Florida Libraries -- Florida Studies Center. -- Oral History Program
    University of South Florida -- Tampa Library
    Note
    Mode of access: World Wide Web. (System Details)
    Streaming audio. (System Details)
    Physical Description
    sound files : digital, MPEG4 files + ;
    Publisher
    University of South Florida Tampa Library
    Place of Publication
    Tampa, Fla
    Type
    Audio
    Subjects / Keywords
    Karst (lcsh)
    Speleology (lcsh)
    Title
    Karst oral history project
    Format
    Audio
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Karst Oral History Project

The purpose of the Karst Oral History Project is to preserve for future researchers the experiences, thoughts and insights of prolific karst researchers and authors, such as Alexander Klimchouk, Derek Ford, and William White. The complete audio recordings of these interviews are available, along with a transcript for each.

This special collection is the only one of its kind in the karst sciences. Interviews are generally conducted in conjunction with the University’s Best of Karst events, which are organized by the student-run Karst Research Group, or at geological and speleological conferences. These are generally low-cost methods of growing this special collection, especially considering the distinctiveness and archival value of the materials being collected, and interviews will be pursued whenever an opportunity presents itself.

This project is part of the USF Karst Information Portal.

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