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6th ISCA Congress Proceedings (Full version - for members)

Resource name:6th ISCA Congress Proceedings (Full version - for members)
Type of resource:Proceedings
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Publication:ISCA 6th Congress Proceedings
Published in:Slovakia
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Year of publishing:2011
Number of pages:200
Editor:Pavel Bella, Peter Gazik
Publisher:SNC of Slovak Republic, Slovak Caves Administration
ISBN:978-80-89310-59-3
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Contents
Congress Work
ISCA 6th Congress 2010 Organization .......................................................................................... 5
Congress Programme ................................................................................................................... 6
ISCA General Assembly 2010 Agenda ........................................................................................... 9
Report to the ISCA General Assembly by ISCA President ............................................................ 10
Secretary Report – General Activities – Financial Statements .................................................... 18
Minutes of the ISCA General Assembly 2010 .............................................................................. 24
Papers and Extended Abstracts
P. Bosák: Dating of Processes in Karst and Caves: Implication for Show Caves Presentation ..... 34
D. Cove: The Essential Role of Interpretive Guiding in Ensuring Understanding
and Conservation of Caves and Karst .......................................................................................... 42
B. Debevc, M. Knez, A. Kranjc, M. Prelovšek, A. Semeja, T. Slabe: Preliminary Proposal
for the Project »Heaven´s Cave« (Vietnam) Adaptment for Tourist Purposes ........................... 47
K. Dvorščak: Model of Developing Competences of the Show Cave Guides and
a System of Permanent Mentorship (Postojna Cave, Slovenia) .................................................. 52
A. Fabbricatore: The New Electrical System of the Grotta Gigante: Compliance with the Laws
in Force and Lighting Study – The Grotta Gigante as a Tourist and Scientific Centre ................. 62
A. Fabbricatore: Associazione Grotte Turistiche Italiane (A.G.T.I.) ............................................. 71
A. Fabbricatore, M. Garavaglia, C. Giovani, L. Piccini, F. Cucchi, L. Zini: Radon
Concentration Trend in a Tourist Cave (Grotta Gigante, North-East Italy) ................................. 74
R. Gál: WISKI – World Wide Used Environmental Monitoring System ....................................... 75
V. Giannopoulos, E. Kambouroglou, S. Kontaxi: Towards a Network on the Development and Protection
of the Caves of Archaeological and Paleontological Interest in  the Island of Crete ....................... 82
M. Korzystka, J. Piasecki, T. Sawiński, J. Zelinka: Climatic System of the Dobšinská Ice Cave...... 85
M. Kržič: Preservation of Cave Floor and its Importance for Interpretation ............................... 98
Ł. Lewkowicz: Cave Tourism in the Polish-Slovak Transfrontier Area ........................................ 100
H. A. S. Lobo, J. A. de Jesus Perinotto, P. C. Boggiani: Tourist Carrying Capacity
in Caves: Main Trends and New Methods in Brazil .................................................................... 108
J. Marikovičová, J. Omelka, D. Haviarová, P. Gažík, J. Zelinka: Integrated Cave
Environmental Monitoring System (ICEMS) ............................................................................... 116
N. Martínková: Is White-Nose Syndrome a Threat for Bats in European Caves? ....................... 124
J. Mulec, S. Glažar: First Results on Use of a Hydrogen Peroxide Solution in Postojnska
Jama (Slovenia) to Remove Lampenflora .................................................................................... 128
Ľ. Nudzíková: Foundations of the Slovak Caves Administration Marketing Strategy...................132
I. Smetanová, K. Holý, D. Jurčák, J. Omelka, J. Zelinka: Radon Monitoring in Domica
Cave, Slovakia – Preliminary Results ........................................................................................... 136
M. Soják, P. Fecko: The Most Important Open Speleoarchaeological Sites in Slovakia .............. 141
A. Spate, K. Henderson, D. Cove, G. Martin: The Australasian Cave and Karst Management Association Inc:
A Trans-National Organization of Show Caves, Managers, Guides, Scientists and Cavers ...............153
P. Štefin, K. Dvorščak: Key Success Factors of Postojna Show Cave Development
in its 192 -Year-Long History of Tourism ....................................................................................... 164
Zs. Tolnay: Interpretation in Cave Tourism – A Little Utilised Management Tool ......................... 172
Congress Participants and ISCA Members
ISCA 6th Congress Participants List ................................................................................................ 177
ISCA Full Members by Continents and Countries ............................................................................ 181
ISCA Membership – Contacts – e-mails ........................................................................................... 189

Appendix 1

A. Cigna: The Problem of Lampenflora in Show Caves ...............................................................201

Appendix 2

J. Darricau: The International Commission on Prehistory in Show Caves ..............................206

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04. July 2018

Kungur Ice Cave - An invitation

"Pearl" of Russia. The current 2018 became significant for Russia. Holding the FIFA World Cup positively influenced economy of many regions of our country. Eleven cities of the Russian Federation accepting athletes and fans from around the world. Majority of them want not only to visit football matches, but also to get acquainted with nearby sights. Doesn't stand aside, the mislaid in Perm Krai, small and cosy city Kungur and the well-known Kungur Ice cave. Located in 300 km from Yekaterinburg, the city Kungur joined the cities-participants of the World Cup. From it tourists go to the Ice cave, having brought so various geography in visits statistics. It is possible indefinitely to list the countries residents which visited for these days the kingdom of eternal winter: Mexico, Peru, Australia, Spain, Lebanon, Brazil, China, USA, India, Denmark, Netherlands, Portugal, France … Foreign tourists and citizens of Russia, having visited the Kungur ice cave, often can't express that delight which covers them after the excursion on the fantastic underground world. What is surprising and unique in the Kungur Ice cave? In what it is one and only? First, in variety of forms of ice which are presented in the cave in more than 100 kinds. Secondly, an availability of long-term ices, which age is several hundreds of years, in spite of the fact that the cave is on an insignificant elevation mark. Thirdly, the cave length, it takes the fifth place on extent among caves of a plaster karst. Fourthly, there are several long and volume grottoes, that isn't characteristic of plaster caves. Fifthly, exotic contrast, during the summer period, from a heat in + 30 degrees outside to the subzero temperature of underground halls. This list of factors which characterize fantastic space can be listed infinitely, but as the popular Russian wisdom says "A picture is worth a thousand words". Welcome to the Kungur Ice cave!!! Ekaterina Noskova

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