The Devon Karst Research Society (Plymouth).
KARSTOLOGICAL...AND...SPELEOLOGICAL...REFERENCE...LIBRARY
AND BIBLIOGRAPHIC & ACADEMIC SERVICES
(including a Karst- and Speleo-related Publications Review Section).

Updated 09 January 2017.

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International Historical Books
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"Wasserbauten in Bosnien und der Hercegovina,
1. Theil. Meliorationsarbeiten und Cisternen im Karstgebiete." was authored by the Austrian Karstologist, Philipp Ballif and published in Vienna in 1896. and is Vol.1. of two Volumes.
It deals with aspects of the melioration of the Dinaric Karst during the Austro-Hungarian Occupation of Bosnia & Hercegovina.
This very rare Volume is held in the
Society's Library.
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"Lucrările Institutului de Speologie din Cluj." Vol.1. (1920) to Vol. 7. (1932)
were published in Cluj, Romania 
as the Proceedings of the
Speleological Institute of Cluj.
This very rare series of Volumes is held in the
Society's Library.
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36 YEAR HISTORY & DEVELOPMENT : 
The Society's specialist Karst and Speleological Reference Library was originally set up in 1976 by the Group's Founders, who were intent upon establishing and developing a karst and cave research reference facility for its Members who, as a result, would benefit from having access every day of the year to their own well-stocked specialist Reference Library without hindrance.
Since then, the external situation in regard to having ready or prompt access to the relevant technical publications via Public Libraries or via their system of Inter-library Loans or via University Libraries, has changed very little. Notwithstanding the potential capabilities of the digital age of the 21st Century or the theoretical aspiration of universal access to knowledge for everyone, it is still not easy either for Public Libraries to obtain new Titles on request or for University Libraries to permit public access to their Collections.
The so-called "National Caving Library" managed by the BCRA is presently more easily available for local use than it has been for many years. Limited though useful access to its catalogues is now available on-line. Realistically, this resource is not universally accessible at this time, although we applaud the current attempts by the BCRA is trying to increase accessibility and to centralise the Collections.

It is as a result of this on-going external context that the Society's Library has grown considerably in the interim until, in 1993, the Collections were permanently housed in their present location, where they have continued to grow at an alarming rate, when considering that there is only a finite amount of shelving space.

LOCATION :
The Library Facility is located in Plymouth City Centre within a low-rise residential block. Car parking in the vicinity is very poor before 1800 hrs each day and visitors should seek to park in a local car park or travel in by public transport. We are currently attempting to obtain our own car parking space. The address of the Library Facility is as given for the Society's Office on the Homepage.

REFERENCE FACILITY : 
The Library Facility is privately owned and managed by the Society and primarily serves the requirements of its United Kingdom and Foreign Membership Sections and provides a technical reference base underpinning the Society's workload and projects.
However, within the framework of Article 2. of its Constitution ("The Aims of the Society"), the Society can and regularly does help, assist or support non-members who are engaged upon, or who have a keen interest in karst research or study, by granting access to the Reference Library Facility and limited use of its support services. Details of specific library-user services and user-eligibility are given below.

This most essential research-resource is one that the Society takes great care to generously fund on an annual basis. As and when new reference titles are published, funds are allocated immediately for their purchase. There is also constant vigilance on the "second-hand" books market for the occasional availability of unstocked "back issues" of karst or speleo-related Serials to fill the many small gaps in publication-runs within the Society's current Collections.

The Society's Library does not provide a "loan facility" with the result that we do not have to separate the more irreplaceable historical items from the modern items, which would normally be the case in a traditional  lending-library facility. Such historical items would normally be placed into an Archive.
The Society's Archive, however, serves a different purpose and more details about this Facility can be found on the dedicated Archives Webpage, a Link to which can be found at the bottom of this page.

DESCRIPTION OF CONTENTS : 
The Library is essentially a specialist information reference resource comprising 2 main sections and several subsidiary sections:-

Main Section :...KARST- & SPELEO-RELATED SERIALS (Periodicals),..containing present (active) and past (inactive) Titles from U.K. and International sources published on a regular basis. The range of stocked Titles spans most types of relevant publications from caving club journals to institutional annuals, all of karst and cave relevance. Please note that this Section does not contain acquisitions which are individual photocopies, separata or offcuts of Articles from Serial Journals. Storage or shelving of the Items within the Library is arranged in alphabetical order of the Serials Titles, as indicated in the Catalogue.
The Catalogue of this Collection is currently available on-line as an MS Word document by following the Link given opposite in the left-side column.

Main Section :...KARST- & SPELEO-RELATED NON-SERIALS,..containing karst and cave-relevant material, obtained from UK and International sources, published in a range of formats from leaflets, booklets and photo-slide sets, to books, magazines, newspaper articles, videos, super 8mm cine films, audio-tapes and various digital formats. Please note that this Section also contains acquisitions which are individual photocopies, separata or offcuts of Articles taken from Serial Journals and which are Catalogued by the Title of the Article.
Storage or shelving of the Items within the Library is broadly arranged by Subject Order, as indicated in the Catalogue and is as follows :- Karstography (The UK).; Karstography (Rest of the World); Karstology (General); Karst Geology & Mineralogy; Karst Geomorphology & Morphogenetics; Karst Hydrology & Hydrogeology; Speleography (Specific Caves); Speleography (General); Speleo Vertebrate-palaeontology & Archaeology; Speleology (General); Speleo-biology; Speleo-therapy; Cave Diving; Cave Rescue; Caving (Techniques, Sport, Biographies, Ephemera) and contains a shelf for "Oversize Items".
This Section also has a separate Map Rack on which are stored Cave Maps.
The Library and Archives also retain any Newscuttings that are relevant to Caves, Caving or Speleology and which have been published in the local, national or international daily / weekend newspapers & associated supplements. If of local interest or relevance, these are usually lodged within the appropriate Archive Document File. If such material is of national or international significance, these will usually be catalogued as acquisitions and entered into the Library Catalogue. 

The Catalogues of this Collection are currently available on-line as 4 separate MS Word Documents,.viewable by following the Link given opposite in the left-side column.

Section :...Non Karst-related Technical Section, giving generalised reference-support in respect of geology, chemistry, physics, biology, mathematics, archaeology, anthropology, palaeontology, semantics and languages.

A sub-Section on Metalliferous Mines and Mining,.mostly of the metalliferous mining area of the English Westcountry, heads a further Section of publications unrelated to the Karst- or Speleo-sciences. The small Mines and Mining Collection of books was begun in 1978 and ceased any further expansion in 1981., when the Society simultaneously ceased both its active Mines Projects at Dolcoath Mine, (Camborne, Cornwall) and at Wheal Emily Mine, (Knighton in south west Devon) and resolved not to spend any more funds on this Section of its Library Collection. It has been regarded by some as being short-sighted in our not having completed the acquisition of certain sets of serialised books on Mines and Mining. However, the Ruling stands and no further Mines or Mining publications have been bought since 1981.
The Catalogue of this Collection is currently available on-line as a single MS Word Document by following the Link given opposite in the left-side column.

Further sub-Sections compiles both the Society's considerable..Karst- and Speleo-related Maps, Plans and Surveys Collection..and the Non Karst- and Speleo-related Maps, Plans and Surveys Collection.
These two individual Catalogues further list their contents by Item Type, and includes geological, hydrogeological, city/town/region maps, as well as cave surveys, mine surveys, etc.

A further sub-Section compiles the Society's considerable.Karst- and Speleo-related Poster Collection,..examples of which are always on display in the Library & Archives Facility.

CATALOGUES :
Unfortunately, our Library Catalogues have not yet been constructed or formatted as true digital databases, with active Title / Subject / Author / Key-word search characteristics.
We hope that this can be achieved in the future.
However, for the interim, they are simple MS WORD Documents.
This Online Systems Version of the Catalogues are updated on a regular basis. The readability of the word Document in the form originally intended is dependant upon the user's software installations and setup. 
The text contains many diacritical signs and these may be interpreted by users' computers as indecipherable "macros" or even as a "virus".
Please refer to the accompanying MS DOS doc., a Link to which is given opposite in the left-side column.

The Catalogue of the Society's Archives Collection is currently at an advanced stage of construction and is in 2 distinct sections; the section containing non-confidential information will shortly be viewable on
the Public Access pages. Members and other Authorized Users will be able to use the unrestricted offline Catalogue. Further details are given in the Archives Webpage
It will shortly be available for viewing on the Public Access Pages.
The Catalogue of the remaining supportive Non-Karst Technical Collection is not currently under construction.
Additionally, cataloguing of the Society's Maps Collections and Poster Collections is in progress. 

A substantial proportion of the total Library Stock represents publications acquired from many countries in Central-Eastern and South-Eastern Europe.
We recommend that the Society's Library Guide to Languages be consulted to check how the Catalogues are compiled in respect of the use of different Languages and Alphabets.

BIBLIOGRAPHIC SERVICES and ACCESS : 

Standard unrestricted access to the Library Stock :..This is offered free of charge to all Members every day of the year for reference purposes only, by personal callers.
[NB.There is no loan facility.]

Restricted Access to the Library Stock :  This has been made available in the past to bona-fide non-Members by previous arrangement and will continue until otherwise decided upon by the Society. There is now a charge levied on this Service.
[NB.There is no loan facility.]

Standard access to the Archive Stock :  This is provided free of charge to Members only.
[NB.There is no loan facility.]

Publications Procurement Programme (PPP) :...This Programme is one of the on-going internal processes undertaken on a daily basis by the Society's Reference Library. This Programme is the principal route for the Membership's direct investment in the Library Stock and is reflected as such in the annual Financial Statement, (available in the Members' Section of this Website). Effectively, its 3 primary aims are to source and procure publications for the Karst and Speleo Publications Collections, both to fill gaps in runs of publications in the Serials Collection and also to procure those publications previously identified as being necessary for acquisition. Its purpose is also to ensure and maintain the acquisition of regular publication subscriptions.
A further and more secondary aim of the Programme is to facilitate ad hoc requests by Members for their own private purchases of publications. This is operated under the Discount Literature Purchase Scheme for Members, as further detailed below.
Financially, the Publications Procurement Programme operates in two ways:-

i)   by direct receipt of actual publication donations into the stock, or 
ii)  by specific or targetted donations for the purchase of a particular publication. Not reflected in the annual Financial Statement is the annually large number of publication donations ......received from our colleagues abroad.
Due to the extremely high cost of specialist books, the PPP has necessitated the establishment of the Society's own routes into book purchasing, whereby we can obtain our specialist book requirements at the cheapest prices.
-  In respect of the PPP acquisitions list for gap-filling missing Issues from the Karst- and Speleo-related Serials Collection, these can be deduced by default when viewing the pages of the Serials Catalogue entries.
In respect of the PPP for the Karst- and Speleo-related Non-Serials Collections, the appropriate Link opposite in the left-side column will open an MS Word document detailing the current list of publications sought by the Society.
Additionally, the Society continues to benefit from private Bequests.

Discount Literature Purchase Scheme for Members :...Members can benefit directly from the PPP in being able to order copies of individual Titles for their own use, often at a 10% - 15% discount through the Society's Purchasing Accounts or through benefits associated with the Society's Institutional Memberships, where discounts have ranged from 10% - 60%.

In-house Stock Literature / Information Search & Retrieval :...Members may ask for specified information to be sourced from within the Society's own Library Stock. Retrieved information may be photocopied and forwarded to the enquirer by post.

National / International Inter-Library Loan Service :...In support of particular enquiries for information relating to the Society's UK or foreign-based Projects, it may be necessary to use the official Inter-Library Loan System operated by the UK Public Library Service through the British Library, to source and obtain information. The use of this Service incurs a fee and will be paid for, initially, by the Society. This Service is available at cost to Members and Project Research Assistants.

National / International Library and Archive Search Service :...In support of particular enquiries for information relating to the Society's UK or foreign-based Projects, it may be necessary for us to directly source and obtain information stored in a Private Library or Archive. Information search and retrieval Services may incur a fee at source and additionally, copying of information, if permitted, may also attract a fee. All such costs are borne by the Society.
This Service is available to Members and Project Research Assistants.

Most of the above Services are now only available to Members and Project Research Assistants. However, as mentioned above, we will continue to give limited, restricted access to the main library stock to
bona-fide individuals in the UK on an ad hoc basis, by prior arrangement, but please note that we currently have no formal service or access-exchange arrangements with any other Public, Private or Academic Library Service in the UK. However, we do have such agreements with certain Learned Institutions in Europe.

ACADEMIC SERVICES :
Special Language Translations Service :  This Special Service relies entirely upon the Society's own in-house capabilities. We do not purchase the Service either in part or in whole from external sources due to the extremely high costs levied by commercial translators. This Service is limited to the specific languages listed below and only in connection with the translation of material held by the Society.
The Service will provide translation of material held in the Library Stock published in Bosnian, Croatian, Czech, French, Hungarian, Slovak, Slovene and Serbian into the English Language.
Please note that this Service is not currently available to non-Members.

Systems Access Registry :  This internal resource, also known as SAR., is lodged within the Academic Services Facility and is the overall Control Procedure governing access to all the Society's facilities, documentation and activities.
Its existence is mainly encountered by non-Members, either directly or indirectly, by users of this Website, where Web-publishing, Webpage Editing, together with Information Access for browsers, is all strictly controlled by SAR.

MEDIA RESOURCES :
A range of media resources is available to Members within the Library and Archives Facilities. The Society maintains a variety of equipment to offer the ability of continuing access to a range of audio / visual information-storage formats that are no longer in vogue, such as the traditional audio-tape, VHS-C, Betamax, etc., in addition to all the modern digital variations. Additionally, we offer Members the use of digital technology formats offering information mass-storage, digital information-recording and digital information-copying / transfer.

PUBLISHING :
As of 2010., the Society now operates an in-house publishing service, a development prompted mainly by the requirement to produce a new Monograph Series reflecting our work in Bosnia & Hercegovina.
In December 2016., Issue 1. of a new Occasional periodical series, "Observations in Speleology" was published to support the "Proteus Projects in Bosnia & Hercegovina".
This service is housed and operated within the remit of the Society's Bibliographic and Academic Services.

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Classic British Books on
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(1975).  [Our class rating:  ***.]
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(1996).  [Our class rating:  **.]
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The Devon Karst Research Society.
Karstological and Speleological Reference Library Facility, Plymouth, (Bibliographic Services).
KARST- and SPELEO-RELATED PUBLICATION REVIEWS.
The Reviews have two origins: the first are those issued by the publisher to accompany advertising and promotional literature, normally given by sources external to the publishing house;
the second is a Review given from the Society's own perspective. We will only include publications that are confirmed as being currently available.
It has not been possible to include Reviews for every publication that the Society acquires for its Library stock. Our very small number of selected Titles for Review are randomly selected. 
Our star-rating system for the overall quality for the class of publication rates from 1 star (poor); 2 stars (useful); 3 stars (good); 4 stars (very good) to 5 stars (excellent - current reference quality).


1. "The Biology of Caves and Other Subterranean Habitats"
.....David C. Culver and Tanja Pipan. (Editors).
.....In the "Biology of Habitats" Series.


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Readership :...This accessible text will appeal to researchers new to the field and to the many professional ecologists and conservation practitioners requiring a concise but authoritative overview.
Its engaging style will also make it suitable for senior undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in cave and subterranean biology.
ISBN :  9780199219933..Book/Softbound......ISBN :  9780199219926...Book/Hardbound.
Dimensions :
Pages :  254 pp. Tables; Figures.
Imprint :  Oxford University Press.
Publication Date :  2009.
List Price :...£29.95p. (Softbound) / £60.00p. (Hardbound).
Publisher's PREFACE :
"Caves and other subterranean habitats with their often strange (even bizarre) inhabitants have long been objects of fascination, curiosity, and debate. The question of how such organisms have evolved, and the relative roles of natural selection and genetic drift, has engaged subterranean biologists for decades. Indeed, these studies continue to inform the more general question of adaptation and evolution.

However, interest in subterranean biology is not limited to questions of evolutionary biology. Both the distribution and the apparent ancient age of many subterranean species continue to be of significant interest to biogeographers. Subterranean ecosystems generally exhibit little or no primary productivity and, as "extreme" ecosystems, provide general insights into ecosystem function. Furthermore, the simplicity of subterranean communities relative to most surface-dwelling communities makes them useful model systems for the study of species interactions such as competition and predation, as well as more general principles of ecosystem function. The rarity of many cave species makes them of special interest in conservation biology.
The Biology of Caves and other Subterranean Habitats offers a concise but comprehensive introduction to cave ecology. Whilst there is an emphasis on the organisms that dominate this unique environment, conservation and management aspects are also considered. The book includes a global range of examples and case studies from both caves and non-cave subterranean habitats; it also provides a clear explanation of specialized terms used by speleologists."

Contents :
Chapter 1. The Subterranean Domain
Chapter 2. Sources of Energy in Subterranean Environments
Chapter 3. Survey of Subterranean Life
Chapter 4. Ecosystem Function
Chapter 5. Biotic Interactions and Community Structure
Chapter 6. Adaptations to Subterranean Life
Chapter 7. Colonization and Speciation in Subterranean Environments
Chapter 8. Geography of Subterranean Biodiversity
Chapter 9. Some Representative Subterranean Communities
Chapter 10. Conservation and Protection of Subterranean Habitats

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The book is certainly full of useful and interesting information, some of which we have found to be contentious or inaccurate. The book seriously tries to address karst ecosystem issues, which we certainly welcome.
We recommend this book as being of interest to speleobiologists and particularly to karst ecologists. The softbound version is well priced.



2. "Cave Biology  Life in Darkness"
.....Aldemaro Romero.
.....In the "Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation" Series.

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Readership :...Written for graduate students and academic researchers
ISBN :  13: 9780521535533..Book/Softbound......ISBN :  13: 9780521828468...Book/Hardbound.
Dimensions :
Pages :  291 pp. Tables; Figures.
Imprint :  Cambridge University Press.
Publication Date :  2009.
List Price :...£34.99p. (Softbound) / £75.00p. (Hardbound).
Publisher's REVIEW :
"Biospeleology, the study of organisms that live in caves, has a tremendous potential to inform many aspects of modern biology; yet this area of knowledge remains largely anchored in neo-Lamarckian views of the natural world in both its approaches and jargon.
Written for graduate students and academic researchers, this book provides a critical examination of current knowledge and ideas on cave biology, with emphasis on evolution, ecology, and conservation. Aldemaro Romero provides a historical analysis of ideas that have influenced biospeleology, discusses evolutionary phenomena in caves, from cave colonization to phenotypic and genotypic changes, and integrates concepts and knowledge from diverse biological viewpoints. He challenges the conventional wisdom regarding the biology of caves, and highlights urgent questions that should be addressed in order to get a better and more complete understanding of caves as ecosystems."

Contents :
Part 1. A Brief History of Cave Biology
Part 2. Cave Biodiversity
Part 3. The Evolutionary Biology of Cave Organisms
Part 4. The Ecology of Cave Organisms
Part 5. Cave Conservation and Management
Part 6. Epilogue

with Appendices, References and Index.

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A limited but very useful contribution to the subjects of speleobiology and cave conservation. The softbound version is well priced.



3. "Water in Karst.  Vulnerability"
.....Neven Krešić.

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Readership :...Written for groundwater consultants, karst students and academic researchers.
ISBN :  978-0-07-175333.3,.Book/Hardbound.
Dimensions :  19 x 24 cm.
Pages :  708 + xxiii pp. + 14 pp colour Plates.
Imprint :  McGraw Hill.
Publication Date :  2013.
List Price :...US $125. / £77.32p. (Hardbound).
Independent REVIEW by A.N. Palmer :
"This book addresses karst groundwater from the standpoint of water supply and aquifer management. In this respect it is closely related to engineering-based books (e.g., Milanović, 2004), rather than those with a more geomorphic emphasis (e.g., Ford & Williams, 2007). Thus the evolution of solution conduits is covered only briefly, whereas their role in transmitting water and contaminants receives detailed treatment. This approach, and the technical background of its author, make this book readily accessible to groundwater consultants and managers.
The book is divided into three parts: karst hydrogeology and hydrology (3 chapters, 392 p.), management of water in karst (6 chapters 153 p.), and vulnerability and restoration
of water in karst (2 chapters, 140 p.). It is abundantly illustrated with monochrome photographs, maps, and diagrams, plus 36 color photos and maps bound in the center. Itprovides field examples from many karst areas throughout the world, especially Europe and America. The author’s approach is technical, with theoretical concepts and math applied to practical problems, but he also recognizes the sporting aspects of karst with photos of muddy cavers, shaft descents, etc., supplied by some well-known cave photographers. All significant topics in karst hydrogeology are covered in well-illustrated detail. The text is clear, well organized, and free of superfluous technical jargon. Scientific terms are clearly explained. Where appropriate, a clear distinction is made between traditional hydrologic techniques and those that are uniquely suited to karst. Site investigations are given broad treatment, with emphasis on data collection, delineation of drainage basins, groundwater extraction, water vulnerability and aquifer restoration. Many case histories are provided. Tools such as pumping tests, flow measurement, hydrograph analysis, dye tracing, geophysical methods, remote sensing, and contaminant monitoring are described, as are numerical and statistical modeling of water supply and contaminant transport. Floods, droughts, and climatic variation are also covered. Special problems in karst are included, such as the problem of defining source-water capture zones, subsidence, and the leakage and breaching of dams. The book ends with a discussion of regulatory issues, remediation techniques, and a welcome discussion of long-term sustainability.
This book will be invaluable to professional hydrogeologists, students, consultants, and regulators. It is well suited to courses that focus on karst groundwater and should at least be on the reading list for any advanced hydrogeology course, not only as a valuable source in its own right, but also to help balance the overwhelming emphasis on porous-medium flow presented by nearly all other hydrogeology books. Kresic speaks the language of traditional hydrogeology and is able to bridge the gap between it and karst science. Starting with familiar groundwater principles, he then steps easily over to karst.
In contrast, authors who emphasize karst geomorphology provide the conceptual basis for explaining the evolution of karst groundwater through time. The two approaches complement each other and together they illuminate the full spectrum of karst. Water in Karst fits nicely into the applied portion of the field but is also highly recommended to all karst students and scientists."
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