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For Sale SOMERSET UNDERGROUND - Vol. 1 (Bristol, Broadfield Down, The Bristol Channel & West Somerset) by R. M. Taviner Now available, this, the first of four volumes covering almost every conceivable underground site in the historic County of Somerset, comprises 275 pages and contains details of more than 800 natural caves, sea caves, mines, sinks, risings, springs, holy wells and artificial underground sites in Bristol, the Avon Gorge, Broadfield Down, the entire Bristol Channel and West…

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Latest News & Updates 18 Jun 2020 - We are pleased to announce that the advances for Volume Two of Somerset Underground 2 have safely arrived, with the main shipment anticipated to appear towards the end of July. Priced at a mere £10, this stitched, flexibound, full-colour production comprises 261 pages and contains details of 600 natural caves, mines, sinks, risings, springs, holy wells and artificial underground sites in West Mendip, Burrington and North Mendip.

Music and Audio - Additional audio cassette descriptions from Rich Witcombe

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Music and Audio Roger Biddle Caving Songs Archive The MCRA hosts an archive copy of Roger Biddle's 'Caving Songs' website, donated to us in 2016. The original website is still being updated and maintained by Roger, and can be found here. Phil Davis Donation Donated to the MCRA by Phil Davis, October 2014. Converted to .mp3 and .wav files by Alan Gray 6 July 2018.

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* About * About * Constitution * Credits * Member Clubs * Officers * Access * Conservation * Diary * Documents * Documents * BCA Funding * Equipment * Equipment * Approved Placements * CSCC Anchor Placement Programme * Previous Proposals * Report Defective Anchors * Information * Information * Accommodation * Car Break Ins * Cave & Mine Rescue * Carbon Dioxide * Mailing List * Surveys * Telephone Numbers * Weils Disea…

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Latest News & Updates 23 May 2020 - The MCRA logbooks collection is now back online, with a new look and additional features including search and full screen slideshow. 11 May 2020 - After many satisfying years with BCA Web Services the website hosting is being transferred. This has caused the Logbook viewer to be temporarily off-line. It will be replaced in a few days with a new and improved version.

Caves tell us that Australia's mountains are still growing

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Research shows Buchan Caves to be about 3.5 million years old and that Victoria's East Gippsland has remained tectonically active for long times, even into the present-day, which is why residents occasionally report earthquakes. Basically, the uplifting Southern Alps in New Zealand have made stress and strain on the Australian tectonic plate, stress that is then expressed as earthquakes and rising landscapes in Victoria. It's rather amazing that the caves recorded this geological signal all the way from NZ.

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* Introduction * Diary * Cave Registry * Online Search * Google Earth * Bibliography * Cave Surveys * Archive * Films * Audio * Photographs * Flickr * Logbooks and Publications * Data (surveying) Archive * Cave Art * Articles & Books * Archaeology * Geology * Registry Areas * Contacts * For Sale * Somerset Underground * Mines and Minerals of the Mendip Hills * Earth Colours * History * Links * Registrar's Portal ---------- leg…

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