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GILL, Dave W. (1990) : The three counties expedition, China Caves Project 1989.-

Caves and Caving nr. 50 : 8-12. (phot.)

The exploration of the Pan Yang Cave System (Bama, Feng Shan and Donglan Counties, Guangxi province, China). The expedition found and surveyed 39 km of cave passages. The Pan Yang system now stands at 56 km (speleol. area map.). (RB)
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GILL, Dave; LYON, Ben; FOWLER, Simon (1990) : The caves of Bama County, Guangxi, China.-

Cave Science vol. 17 nr. 2 : 55-66.

Bama County contains a large hydrological system with associated caves, draining into the Pan Yang River, a tributary to the Hongshui. The Pan Yang cave system between Beimo Dong (main sink) and Fulong Dong rising was surveyed over 16 km, with passages as high as 145 m and 80 m in diameter. A total of 16 caves and 17 km of passages in Bama Co. were surveyed (10 cave surveys, area map,, phot.). (RB)
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WALTHAM, A.C; WILLIS, R.G. (eds.) (1993): Xingwen. China Caves Project 1989-1992.-

Bridgwater TA7 0LG, British Cave Research Association. 48pp. (maps, photos, surveys) (chinese abstract). ISBN 0-900265-15-9.

A report on various projects: The Pan Yang Caves, Bama, Guangxi Province 1989. The Mengzi karst of southern Yunnan 1991. The karst of the Tibet Plateau 1992 and the largest part, the exploration of the Xingwen karst of Sichuan Province 1992. Geomorphol. map of Karst of Xingwen, Sichuan. Cave surveys of : Zhucaojing (Xingwen, Sichuan): 8,80 km +1,75 km; Tiencuan dong (Xingwen, Sichuan): 8,10 km /-208 m; Xia Dong (Xingwen, Sichuan): 2,20 km; Yanzi Luo Shui Dong (Xingwen, Sichuan): 1,80 km /- 316 m + 1,12 km / -199 m; Pan Yang Dong cave system (Bama Guangxi). (RM).
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Sources et analyses : BBS, GKC, IGU KC