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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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