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The lampenflora in show caves and its treatment: an emerging ecological problem
Carlos Baquedano Estévez, Luis Moreno Merino, Almudena de la Losa Román, and Juan J. Durán Valsero
- Artificial lighting causes deterioration of Show Caves due to Lampenflora grow
- It is not known how to eliminate Lampenflora permanently
- Chemicals used in cleaning lampenflora can pollute groundwater
- It is essential to investigate the doses of chemicals used in cleaning lampenflora
- It appears that an excess of chemicals are used to remove lampenflora
The dissolution and conversion of gypsum and anhydrite
A world review of fungi, yeasts, and slime molds in caves
Karen J. Vanderwolf, David Malloch, Donald F. McAlpine, and Graham J. Forbes
Genesis of iron and manganese sediments in Zoloushka Cave (Ukraine/Moldova) as revealed by δ13C organic carbon
Piotr Kotula, Viacheslav Andreychouk, Jacek Pawlyta, Leszek Marynowski, and Izabela Jendrzejewska
- Origin of iron and manganese sediments in gypsum cave
- Isotopic fractionation of biogenic carbon in a cave environment
- Chemical composition of iron and manganese sediments
- Variability of carbon isotopic composition in cave air carbon dioxide
Are microclimate conditions in El Malpais National Monument caves in New Mexico, USA suitable for Pseudogymnoascus growth?
Terry J. Torres-Cruz, Andrea Porras-Alfaro, Nicole A. Caimi, Ogochukwu Nwabologu, Edward W. Strach, Kaitlyn J.H. Read, Jesse M. Young, Debbie C. Buecher, and Diana E. Northup
- El Malpais caves provide ideal temperature and relative humidity conditions for P. destructans
- Close relatives of P. destructans were documented in El Malpais study caves
- No P. destructans presence was detected
- Areas at highest risk for becoming infected with P. destructans were identified
Petrography and provenance of floor sediments from the Loutra Almopias Cave (Pella, Macedonia, Greece)
Ioannis Georgiadis, Katerina Chatzopoulou, Nikolaos Kantiranis, Ioakeim Ioakeimidis, and Ananias Tsirambides
- Channel facies make up the bulk whereas slackwater facies the final layer of the cave sediments.
- First description of kutnohorite, isomorphous with dolomite, in a Greek cave.
- Lepus timidus fossils found in the cave represent the southernmost record of this species in Europe
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