Month in Review: March 2012’s Must Read News

March 31, 2012
MDC biologist at Cave Entrance

Photo by Ann Froschauer/USFWS

Once again it’s time to 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.

March saw the first anniversary of the site as well as the unveiling of a connection with the National Speleological Society and the release of a new Caving News Widget.

There was lot of interesting news in March, some of the exciting news that didn’t quite make the top 10 includes, the trip to New Zealand’s Stormy Pot that saw it come very close to a connection with Nettlebed Cave System, the new caves discovered in Vietnam’s Phong Nha-Ke Bang National Park, and the caving expeditions to northern Laos and Papua New Guinea.

Now, without further ado, here are the ten most popular articles that appeared on caving news in March 2012, ordered by the number of views.

March’s Top 10 News Items

  1. Another Tragedy at Florida’s Vortex Spring
  2. Underground Bike Trail Opens in Dutch Mine
  3. Body of Diver Discovered in Florida’s Ginnie Springs
  4. New Exploration at Restricted Phantom Springs Cave
  5. Cave Causes Delays in Kentucky Landfill Development
  6. Tour Group Rescued From Flooding Kentucky Cave
  7. Recently Discovered Cave in French Pyrenees Reaches 400 Meters in Depth
  8. Chinese Hiker Dies After Falling into Deep Cave
  9. Over 30 Million People Live Underground in China
  10. Tourist Rescued After Being Swept into Small Cave
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