UIS Commission on Karst Hydrogeology and Speleogenesis

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  25. Australian Speleological Federation. 1996. Cave and Karst Terminology. The list of definitions were obtained directly from the Western Australia Speleology web site: http://wasg.iinet.net.au/terminol.html which contains a listing of terminology commonly used in Australia.