ZHANG, Yingjun; YANG, Mingde; HE, Caihua (1992): Karst geomorphology and environmental implications in Guizhou, China.-
Cave Science vol. 19 No.1: 13-20 (10 fig., 1 tab., 8 phot.).
The vertical karst development caused by the lowering of groundwater table shows itself in the multi- level cave systems which exist in both the plateau and the gorge areas. The problems of pollution, surface collapse and engineering works are related to the karst geomorphological environment. The benefits and defects of the dams sited in the gorges are discussed. (RB)
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WALTHAM, A.C. (editor) (1986) : China caves’85.
Publ. The Royal Geogr. Soc. London 1986: 60pp.,phot., surveys area maps.
An account of the first anglo-chinese project in the caves of south China is given. Short description ,of karst geology and landforms in Guangxi (with tower karst: peak clusters and peak forests) and in Guizhou (with conical karst hills). Short description and surveys of numerous cavesexplored : the guanyan cave systems totalizing 11,4 km/-75; the Shibangiao Dong with 1,8 km; the Xizheu Yan with 3 km; the Maliu Kang with 2,5 km etc. Notes about working, living, travelling in China
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