added: 16. December 2013 | author: Cove Dan | views: 0Greetings to all members of ISCA from Jenolan Caves, NSW Australia, venue of the 7th ISCA Congress and to the Second Congress Newsletter. You can find the newsletter attached under Events - 7th Congress .
added: 30. October 2013 | author: Spate Andy | views: 389The organizers are calling for 25 papers aligned to one or more of the following subjects:
added: 27. September 2013 | author: Kadebskaya Olga | views: 0We are pleased to announce the 100th anniversary of tourism and research activities in Kungur Ice Cave.
added: 03. September 2013 | author: Mouton Steve | views: 453The Cango caves has just completed its first radio communication system in the Cave which gives 100% coverage over the tourist Route.
added: 02. July 2013 | author: Cove Dan | views: 0Jenolan Caves issued the first official 7th ISCA Congress Newsletter. You are welcome to read..
added: 26. June 2013 | author: Tolnay Zsuzsa | views: 596There is only a couple of days left until 30 June to fill in the online questionnaire survey on interpretation practices at show caves.
added: 06. June 2013 | author: Tolnay Zsuzsa | views: 709Dear ISCA members, the deadline to fill in the online questionnaire survey on interpretation practices at show caves is approaching.
added: 09. May 2013 | author: Tolnay Zsuzsa | views: 743The ISCA International Commission on Interpretation in Show Caves has prepared a new interesting Internet questionnaire for all ISCA members. We kindly invite you to take part. Just follow the link.
added: 02. April 2013 | author: Lobo Heros Augusto Santos | views: 1173Tourism and Karst Areas - Special Issue: Geoparks and other approaches for territorial management and tourism in karst areas. The Tourism and Karst Areas Journal (ISSN 1983-473X) is a peer reviewed, scientific and technical journal published by Brazilian Speleological Society since 2008. The Journal publishes articles, reports, technical, theoretical and book reviews, case studies and other relative papers that contribute to the field of planning and management of the tourism, with special emphasis in karst areas or related to the physical environment.
added: 15. March 2013 | author: Gazik Peter | views: 0EDMA Innova, a Spanish innovation company is involved in the development of an innovative system for caves and underground touristic attractions. Click headline for more details.