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Bullock Pot Co. Clare (UBSS Proceedings v.16(2))

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Lloyd,O.C., and Self,C.A., 1982. Bullock Pot Co. Clare. UBSS Proceedings, 16(2) , pp 113-121 Download PDF.

Abstract: A description and survey of the cave Bullock Pot is given.The cave runs east of the shale-limestone boundary and near its end picks up a large stream, believed to be teh main stream from the Pollnagollum-Pollelva System. The cave is unusually arduous for Co. Clare. Also presented is a surface survey of the sinks between Bullock Pot and Poll-cragreagh, which is the next major cave to the south, and a discussion of the past hydrology of the area.

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