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AMCS
Activities Newsletter

Number 32
June 2009

Edited by Bill Mixon
154 pages

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Table of Contents

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Mexico News, compiled by Bill Mixon
43
Long and Deep Cave Lists, compiled by Mark Minton
47
Proyecto Akemabis 2008, by Gustavo Vela Turcott
53
The Isthmus of Tehuantepec and Valle Nacional, by Peter Sprouse
66
Grutas de Bustamante Opening Ceremony, by Orion Knox
70
Tabasco 2009, by Vickie Siegel
77
Sistema Los Toros: Deepest Cave in Nuevo León, by Mark Minton
83
When the Survey is Not Enough: Temperature, Salinity, and Dye Tracing Reveal Flow Paths, by Patricia Beddows and Melissa Henrickson
89
Palos Marías Project, March 2008, by Peter Ruplinger
92
Archaeological Remains in the Mazatec Country, by Louis Forsyth (historical reprint)
96
Mapping Flooded Caves from Above: Surface Karst Inventory of the Yucatan Peninsula, by Patricia Beddows, et al.
102
Diving Beneath the Maya City of Xcaret, by Sheck Exley (history)
105
Waiting for Tres Amigos, by Donna Renee
116
Experiences of an English Cave Explorer in Mexico, by Peter Lord
121
The Desert Cenote, by Peter Sprouse
129
Mexpé: Twenty-two Years and Counting, by Chris Chénier
133
Huautla, Joya de Salas, by Orion Knox (history)
146
A "Cuello de Oca" in Coahuila, by Mónica Ponce
149
Fauna of Five Anchialine Caves on Cozumel Island, by Luis Mejia-Ortíz, et al.

 


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