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Hotspots of Subterranean Biodiversity in Caves and Wells

Author: Culver DC and Sket B
Year: 2000
Document Number: 1075
HCP EIS Reference: Culver, D.C., and B. Sket. 2000. Hotspots of Subterranean Biodiversity in Caves and Wells. Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 62(1):11�17.
Pages: 9
Citation Name: Culver, Skeet 2000
Publisher Citation: Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 62(1):11-17
Location: Dinaric Karst, San Marcos Spring [sic], Texas; Shelta Cave, Alabama; Mammoth Cave, Kentucky; Walsingham Caves, Bermuda; Triadou Wells, France; Baget/Grotte de Sainte Catherine, France; Goueil di Her/Reseau Trombe, France; Resurgence de Sauve/Vidourle souterrain, France; Cent-fons, France; Grotta dell' Arena, Italy; Buso della Rana, Italy; Sistem Postojna-Planina; Sica-Krka Sistem, Slovenia; Jama Logarcek, Slovenia; Grad (Osapka Jama), Slovenia; Krizna Jama, Slovenia; Vjetrenica Jama, Bosnia & Hercegovina; Pestera de la Movile, Romania; Salukkang-Kallang/Towakkalak, Indonesia; Bayliss Cave, Australia
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