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Spelaeological investigations near Borsh, Albania (UBSS Proceedings v.25(3))

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Morris,D., 2012. Spelaeological investigations near Borsh, Albania. UBSS Proceedings, 25(3) , pp 313-317 Download PDF.

Abstract: In August 2010 fieldwork was undertaken in the limestone hills surrounding Borsh, Southern Albania. Limited geological observations were made as the discovery of caves not geology was the primary object. A resurgence was identified but no sinks found. A fossil fragment was found and explored to a depth of 20 m. In general the area does not display much evidence of large interconnected cave systems. The modern drainage is likely to be very immature and fed mostly by percolation. Potential for future discoveries is probably limited.

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