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Cave Science

Science relating to Matienzo
Magnetic Susceptibility (Cave Sediments as Indicators of Geomorphic Development)
Palaeomagnetism (Palaeosecular Variation Observed in Speleothems From Western China and Northern Spain)
Gastropods site (including a Matienzo Environmental Study in Castellano and English)
Water tracing (a summary of water tracing investigations updated June 2017)   
Rose diagram showing the passage directions of all surveyed caves over 500m long
Rose diagram generation site (Patrick Warren)
Radon around Matienzo
The Matienzo Karst Entomology Project (Tom Thomson)
A paper detailing a comprehensive study of Bronze Age pottery from a Matienzo cave (Peter Smith, et al)
Speleothem Climate Capture - A Holocene Reconstruction of Northern Iberian Climate and Environmental Change. Also links to Drip water electrical conductivity as an indicator of cave ventilation at the event scale
A paper detailing the finds and conclusions of a 2010 archaeological study in Cueva de Barandas (Smith, Ruiz Cobo & Corrin)
Further work on palaeoclimate reconstruction in Cueva de las Perlas (Laura Deeprose)
Infrared photography around entrances, August 2017 (Juan Corrin)

Links to other cave science pages
Speleogenesis and the Evolution of Karst Aquifers
(On-line journal - Speleogenesis, the origin and development of dissolution caves)
William Pengelly Cave Studies Trust
Best of the Web - Caves and Karst
Cave Life in Britain - booklet published by the Freshwater Biological Association