Its definitely the hottest lead in Colorado! It would be nice to do some research on the caves, but it sounds like the railroad company wants you to jump through a bunch of hoops before they will allow it. I think the spring is pulsing. Sometimes the water is really hot and sometimes its not. When Mark and I were there, the water wasn't that hot. I would like to monitor the water/ air temp. over a period of time and also see what kinds of gases are in there. I saw some big bubbles in the spring that would slowly zig- zag to the surface, then pop. I was thinking to myself, " that's not an air bubble."
Post by Karstscience on Apr 23, 2006 2:43:41 GMT -5
The ongoing work in Texas caves is well represented in part II of the Conservation Issue. It's also good to see the Western Cave Conservancy off to a healthy start with Rippled Cave, their first cave acquisition.
Both Conservation Issues (March and April) were excellent this year due to the quality and diversity of the articles and authors combined.
Post by Sharon Faulkner on Apr 23, 2006 12:07:53 GMT -5
Yes, mine was broken too Lynn. I'm guessing the seal was broken to insert the gift NSS membership form. I imagine it would cost extra to have this inserted at the printers. However, this is just a wild guess.