By C. Spötl, M. Luetscher, P. Rittig
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Vinod Columbia Institute of Engineering & Technology, USA Caves, along with other natural features come under conservation and management regimes on the basis of their heritage significance. Chhuikhadan is a recently discovered interesting vertical cave developed in dolomite rocks and having only one upper entrance. The carbonate massif is characterized by the almost complete lack of surface water flow during most of the year and by an important well developed underground and active drainage network.
Although the environmental and logistic conditions (the cave is inaccessible during winter) resulted in data gaps, the data series are valuable to study patterns of cave meteorology inside and outside the cave as well as related effects on ice accumulation/ablation. As Eisriesenwelt is used for touristic purposes, the circulation of cave air masses is artificially influenced during periods of cave-entrance closing in summer. In winter, however, a clear linkage between the weather outside and the circulation inside the cave was observed.
P. Onac 4, 5, A. ) are both located in the temperate zone, with a mean annual temperature above 0 °C. Ice blocks developed in both caves due to specific cave morphology, with a large entrance followed by vertical or downward sloping cave passages, into which the dense, cold winter air sinks and remains trapped. In the periglacial zone (PZ) of both caves, remarkable accumulations of rounded carbonate cave pearls and micro-pearls occur. These ice-cave pearls differ in many aspects from "regular" types of cave pearls known from non-glaciated caves.
4th International Workshop on Ice Caves by C. Spötl, M. Luetscher, P. Rittig