Because of the lack of an accessible and comprehensive source of information on the global distribution of karst habitats and species, an effort to create an international karst database has been initiated by the University of Arkansas and The Nature Conservancy of Arkansas (TNC). The comprehensive database of karst distribution and biodiversity has been designated Karst Regions of the World (KROW).Waltham, A.C., Smart, P.L., Friederich, H., Eavis, A.J., and Atkinson, T.C., 1983, The caves of Gunung Sewu, Java: Cave Science (1982), v. 10, p. ... White, W.B., 2003, Conceptual models for karstic aquifers: Speleogenesis and Evolution of Karst Aquifers, v. ... White, W.B., April 26-29, 1976, Conceptual models for karst aquifers; revisited; Hydrologic problems in karst regions, in International symposium on hydrologic ... White, W.B., 1976, Cave minerals and speleothems, in Ford, T.D. 113.
|Title||:||Karst Regions of the World (KROW)---Populating Global Karst Datasets and Generating Maps to Advance the Understanding of Karst Occurrence and Protection of Karst Species and Habitats Worldwide|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2009|