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IGCP 448 Newsletter 2004

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Part I New Development of IGCP448 in 2003…………Yuan Daoxian(1)pdf
Part II Proceedings of the IGCP448 Symposium "Human Impact and Karst Ecosystem of Eastern Siberia", July 6~13, 2003, Irkutsk, Russia ………………………………………………………………………(14)
Part II-1 Karst as an environmental factor: general aspects…………Viacheslav Andrejchuk(14)pdf
Part II-2 Karst processes in the area of Siberian platform……………………Yu.B.Trzcinski(66)pdf
Part II-3 Karst and its correlation with other geological processes(with reference to the zone of influence of Bratsk Reservoir) ………………………………..........................................E.A.Kozyreva, Yu.B.Trzhtsinsky(76)pdf
Part II-4 Geogenic and anthropogenic conditions of carbonate rock dissolving within phreatic zone of the Cracow Jurassic karstic area(southern Poland)………………Rózkowski Jacek(82)pdf
Part II-5 Impacts of Kizel coal mining on environment(Abstract)………N.G.Maximovich(93)pdf
Part II-6 New observation on karst caves in southeast Baikal region (Abstract)…E.Yu.Malchikova(93)pdf
Part III Contributions to the IGCP448 Meeting in Bowling Green, KY, USA, June 3-6, 2003.........................(94)pdf
Part III-1 World comparison of karst ecosystem………………………………………………(94)
III-1-1 The reasons of high biodiversity in karstic landscapes and the influence of karst on natural zonality………………………………Goryachkin S., Zakharchenko J., Semikolennykh A.,et al.(94)
III-1-2 Evolving karst management on the Tongass: what twelve years of implementation and development have taught..................Baichtal, J.(95)
III-1-3 Karst in the Desert: karsts and caves of Egypt, northern Libya and Saudi Arabia............Halliday, W. R.(95)
Part III-2 Geology and karst ecosystems………………………………………………………..(96)
III-2-1 The role of the Messinian crisis in the spatial organization of the Mediterranean karstic aquifers ................................Gilli, E.(96)
III-2-2 Faunal associations with karst landscapes: the example of birds in Belize……. ..Mick Day(98)
III-2-3 Impacts of karst surface characteristics upon residential radon values……………. ..All, J.(98)
III-2-4 A groundwater geochemical and isotopic transect through Mullamullang Cave, Nullarbor Plain, Western Australia…………Turin, H., J.(99)
Part III-3 Subterranean karst ecosystem………………………………………………………..(99)
III-3-1 Microorganisms in caves………………………………………………………………..(99)
III-3-1-1 Supposed contribution of cave microorganisms to a karstic process in the limestone caves of Easten Siberia ……………………………………….Khizhnuak S. , Tausheva I., Berezikova, A.(99)
III-3-1-2 The Ecology of Microbial communities in soils and gypsum caves in Taiga region(Russia)
……………………................................................Semikolennykh A., Gorlenko M., Ivanova A.(100)
III-3-1-3 Specific DNA biomarkers for two bacterial species associated with karst aquifers and corrosion residues in cave microenvironments ………Fowler, R.., Roberson, E., Groves, C.et al.(101)
III-3-1-4 Effects of temperature and inorganic ions on carbonic anhydrase activity in leaves of typical plant in the karst experimental site, Guilin, China...................................................................Long-jiang Yu , Wei Li, Xian-dong Zeng, et al.(101)
III-3-1-5 Carbonic anhydrase activity in soil and its microbes from different karst ecosystems of southwest China …………………………………..Wei Li, Long-jiang Yu, Dao-xian Yuan, et al.(102)
III-3-2 Fauna and Flora in karst…………………………………………………………………(103)
III-3-2-1 The case study on soil Fauna diversity in different ecological systems in Shilin National Park, Yunnan ,China
…...................................................Xiang Changguo, Song Linhua, Zhang Pingjiu, et al. (103)
III-3-2-2 The biogeomorphology of the Jamaican Cockpit Country………….. ..Chenoweth, M.(103)
Part III-4 Impacts of human activities on karst ecosystems……………………………………(104)
III-4-1 Highway stormwater runoof management in karst areas: water quality and land stability…Wanfang Zhou, Barry E Beck, Thomas Green(104)
III-4-2 Intrinsic vulnerability mapping for the protection of carbonate(karstic) aquifers: a pan-European approach ……………David Drew(104)
III-4-3 Vulnerability and risk mapping for the protection of carbonate(karst) aquifers: a pan-European approach ……………………………………………………………Goldscheide, N., Zwahlen, F.(105)
III-4-4 Applications of the pan-European Approach for the protection of carbonate aquifer in the Pilot Site of Sierra de Liber(South Spain) …………..Bartolome, Andreo., N. Goldscheider,et al.(106)
III-4-5 Risk assessment of karst aquifers: a pan-European approach………………Heinz Hoetzl(107)
III-4-6 Analysis on the short-term scale variation of typical epikarst spring: case study of Landiantang spring and Dongwang spring at Nongla Village, Mashan County, Guangxi Province………………………………..Zhang Cheng, Yuan Daoxian, Cao Jianhua, et al.(108)
III-4-7 Characteristics of karst hydrodynamical and hydrochemical zone of Ordos Basin…………Han Xingrui and Wang Zhuoning(108)
Part III-5 Paleoenvironmental reconstruction with karst records……………………………...(109)
III-5-1 Karst development potential and base level changes in Mediterianean regions: a unique reference model …………………………………Bakalowicz, M., , Aunay, B., Le Strat, P, et al.(109)
III-5-2 High resolution paleoclimatic environment records from a stalagmite of Dongge cave since 15000 years in Libo, Guizhou, China ………Zhang Meiliang, Yuan DaoXian, Cheng Hai, et al.(110)
III-5-3 A New Method for improved dating of sedimental paleoclimatic records using evolutive spectral analysis of Orbital Variations …………………………Shopov, Y., Tasev, S., Stoykova, D., et al.(111)
III-5-4 Influence of the solar luminosity on the glaciations, earthquakes and sea lecel changes as derived from paleoluminescence of speleothems …………...Shopov, Y., Stoykova, D., Garbeva, D., et al.(111)
Part IV News and Reports…………………………………………………………(113)pdf
Part IV-1 America's National Cave and Karst Research Institute 2003: the gearing up phase… ….Hose, L., D., Chapman-Bailey, Z.(113)
Part IV-2 In memory of K.A.Gorbunova(1925-1996), distinguished Russian Karst Researcher……Maximovich, N. G, Maximovich, E. G.(114)
Part IV-3 The proposal to establish an International Research Center of Karst(IRCK) approved by IGCP Scientific Board… ………………F.Wolfgang Eder(114)
Part IV-4 Report of the Spanish Group of IGCP 448………Bartolome Andreo-Navarro (115)
Part IV-5 Limestone coast 2004: IGCP 448 meeting in Naracoorte, Australia, Oct. 10~17, 2004, 3rd circular....... ...........(119)
Part V Publications Reached at the IGCP448 Secretariat (June, 2003-June, 2004)…………(121)pdf
Part VI Email Addresses of IGCP448 Participants……………………(122)?pdf
Plates?pdf