Month in Review: October 2013’s Must Read Caving News

October 31, 2013
Bear's cave in Kletno, Poland is one of the longest and deepest caves in the country.

Bear’s cave in Kletno, Poland is one of the longest and deepest caves in the country. Photo by PolandMFA/flickr

Happy Halloween! To celebrate the spooky culmination of the tenth month of the year let’s review the top ten most popular news items on Caving News in the last 31 days.

This look back gives you a chance to see what other readers found interesting, and to allow you to catch anything you may have missed.

Now, without further ado, we count down October 2013′s most popular articles of caving news, ordered by the number of views.

October 2013′s Top 6 News Items

  1. Attend Upcoming NSS Webinar on Underwater Cave Biology
    The next NSS CaveNet webinar, featuring the aquatic cave biology of submerged caves, has just been announced.
  2. U.S. Federal Government Shutdown Closes Caves
    With the shutdown of the The United States federal government earlier today, “non-essential” services across the country have been suspended.
  3. Cavers Search For Missing Hiker in Craters of the Moon
    An ongoing search effort to find a missing hiker continued in central Idaho’s Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve.
  4. Inside Er Wang Dong’s Cloud Ladder Hall
    Photos of Er Wang Dong, a cave with a room so large it has its own weather system, have recently been featured by the Daily Mail.
  5. Irish Cavers Spoilt for Choice at Annual Event
    The wait is almost over as the 29th annual symposium for the Speleological Union of Ireland (SUI) and the Irish Cave Rescue Organisation (ICRO) – SUICRO 2013 – takes place this bank holiday weekend, October 26 & 27.
  6. ICRO to Present Defibrillator to Local Clare Community
    The Irish Cave Rescue Organisation (ICRO) will officially present a defibrillator to the Doolin community this Saturday, October 26 at 1pm.
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