International Year of Caves and Karst 2022—NPS Celebrates!

The IYCK will be the largest ever event showcasing caves and karst landscapes across the world. Caves are natural laboratories for preserving ...

International Year of Caves and Karst

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The International Year of Caves and Karst in 2021 and 2022

Two thousand and twenty-two is going to be a continued celebration year for caves and karst in our National Parks and around the world!

Celebrating the International Year of Caves and Karst

Diverse cave and karst resources can be found across 100 National Forests and Grasslands. An estimated 7,000 caves exist on Forest Service-managed lands, and to ...

International Year of Caves and Karst 2021 & 2022 - Lincoln Caverns

International years celebrate and inform the world about important topics, many of which are not known to the general public. Caves and ...

An Introduction to the International Year of Caves and Karst (2021

Caves and karst are priceless resources. Hundreds of caves are open to tourism around the world, many in UNESCO World Heritage sites and Global ...

IYCK – International Year of Caves and Karst

We invite you to learn from the IYCK website about how caves and karst challenge but mostly contribute to the lives of billions of people every day. We hope you ...

Groundwater and the International Year of Caves and Karst: Explore ...

Karst aquifers are formed by bedrock dissolution. Caves, sinkholes, underground streams, and the world's highest yield wells and springs are ...

The International Year of Caves and Karst: Celebration at UNESCO!

The International Year of Caves and Karst is organized by the International Union of Speleology (UIS) to celebrate caves and karst ...

International Year of the Cave Extended in 2022 - New Mexico Tech

The International Year of Caves and Karst, so proclaimed by the International Union of Speleology (UIS), got off to a “rocky” start in 2021 ...