Proceedings XI Intern. Congress of Speleology, 2nd-8th August 1993, Beijing 1993: 215-216 (3 tab.) (chines. summ.).Data on additional 33 well exploited show caves are presented. There are over 200 show caves in China, including 41 major show caves as of 1986 (see: Communications 9th Intern. Congress of Speleology Vol.2: 225-228). (RB).
Karszt és Barlang I/90 :53-60 (hungar.; engl.summ.) (5fig.,phot.)Caves in China are systematized on the basis of orographic position and dimensions of the karstic block as well as the origin of the cave. (1) caves of the fenglin (peak forest) (footcaves, fossil remnants); (2) caves of the fengcong (peak cluster) (dolines, avens, stream caves due to allogenic water - course); (3) caves of the highland fenglin and fengcong (Guizhou type) (mostly young vadose caves); (4) caves of the karst plateaux (Guanxi or Guilin type) (mostly active or dry fluvial caves). (RB)
Professional Paper (Service Géologique de Belgique), 1991/4, no248 (RV)