Surveys for Maybe195 - id:1623-1989-01

Cave description: 1623/1989-01/1989-01.html

Wallets: 1623-1989-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1989-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for MaybeNonExistant - id:1623-1990-15

Cave description: 1623/1990-15/1990-15.html

Wallets: 1623-1990-15

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1990-15_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-1999-MS-01

Cave description: 1623/1999-MS-01/1999-MS-01.html

Wallets: 1623-1999-MS-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1999-MS-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-1999-MS-02

Cave description: 1623/1999-MS-02/1999-MS-02.html

Wallets: 1623-1999-MS-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1999-MS-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-1999-OB-01

Cave description: 1623/1999-OB-01/1999-OB-01.html

Wallets: 1623-1999-OB-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1999-OB-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-1999-OB-02

Cave description: 1623/1999-OB-02/1999-OB-02.html

Wallets: 1623-1999-OB-02

caves-1623/99ob02/99ob02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/99ob02/99ob02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1999-OB-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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99ob02 Fri 04 Aug 2006 Jenny Olly 10.3 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))

Surveys for - id:1623-1999-X01

Cave description: 1623/1999-X01/1999-X01.html

Wallets: 1623-1999-X01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1999-X01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Dead Tree Hole - id:1623-2002-14

Cave description: 1623/2002-14/2002-14.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-14

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-14_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-BUC-01

Cave description: 1623/2002-BUC-01/2002-BUC-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-BUC-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-BUC-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2005-91

Cave description: 1623/2005-91/2005-91.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-91

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-91_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2006-04

Cave description: 1623/2006-04/2006-04.html

Wallets: 1623-2006-04

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2006-04_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Ice Curtain Cave - id:1623-2006-73

Cave description: 1623/2006-73/2006-73.html

Wallets: 1623-2006-73

caves-1623/2006-73/2006-73  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2006-73/2006-73.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2006-73_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2006-73 Fri 11 Aug 2006 Jenny Olly 41.3 Ice Curtain 2006#31

Surveys for - id:1623-2007-02

Cave description: 1623/2007-02/2007-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2007-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2007-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Slippery Hole - id:1623-2007-04

Cave description: 1623/2007-04/2007-04.html

Wallets: 1623-2007-04

caves-1623/2007-04/2007-04  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2007-04/2007-04.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2007-04_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2007-04 Wed 08 Aug 2007 John Billings Richard Mundy Wookey 83.9 Slippery Hole 2007#46

Surveys for - id:1623-2007-05

Cave description: 1623/2007-05/2007-05.html

Wallets: 1623-2007-05

caves-1623/2007-05/2007-05  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2007-05/2007-05.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2007-05_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2007-05 Wed 01 Aug 2007 Andrew Atkinson Becka Lawson 31.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2007#41

Surveys for - id:1623-2007-06

Cave description: 1623/2007-06/2007-06.html

Wallets: 1623-2007-06

caves-1623/2007-06/2007-06  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2007-06/2007-06.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2007-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2007-06 Wed 01 Aug 2007 Andrew Atkinson Becka Lawson 18.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2007#41

Surveys for - id:1623-2007-07

Cave description: 1623/2007-07/2007-07.html

Wallets: 1623-2007-07

caves-1623/2007-07/2007-07  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2007-07/2007-07.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2007-07_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2007-07/2007-07

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2007-07 Wed 01 Aug 2007 Andrew Atkinson Becka Lawson 10.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2007#41

Surveys for - id:1623-2007-11

Cave description: 1623/2007-11/2007-11.html

Wallets: 1623-2007-11

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2007-11_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Rosa Waffelkeks Höhle - id:1623-2007-12

Cave description: 1623/2007-12/2007-12.html

Wallets: 1623-2007-12

caves-1623/2007-12/2007-12  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2007-12/2007-12.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2007-12_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2007-12 Wed 01 Aug 2007 Jon Telling Morven Beranek 12.2 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2007#57

Surveys for Spit Pot - id:1623-2007-70

Cave description: 1623/2007-70/2007-70.html

Wallets: 1623-2007-70

caves-1623/2007-70/2007-70  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2007-70/2007-70.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2007-70_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2007-70 Fri 13 Jul 2007 Olly Jenny 15.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2007#01

Surveys for Batter Pot - id:1623-2007-72

Cave description: 1623/2007-72/2007-72.html

Wallets: 1623-2007-72

caves-1623/2007-72/2007-72  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2007-72/2007-72.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2007-72_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2007-72 Wed 18 Jul 2007 Jenny Olly 24.3 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2007#34

Surveys for Nachbarschacht vom Grießkogel - id:1623-2007-neu

Cave description: 1623/2007-neu/2007-neu.html

Wallets: 1623-2007-neu

caves-1623/2007-neu/2007-neu  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2007-neu/2007-neu.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2007-neu_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2007-neu Sun 08 Jul 2007 20.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))

Surveys for Affenjagdhoehle - id:1623-2009-01

Cave description: 1623/2009-01/2009-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2009-01

caves-1623/2009-01/2009-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2009-01/2009-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2009-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2009-01/2009-01

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2009-01 Wed 29 Jul 2009 Frank Tully 15.3 Affenjagdhoehle 2009#11

Surveys for Schneehühnhöhle - id:1623-2009-02

Cave description: 1623/2009-02/2009-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2009-02

caves-1623/2009-02/2009-02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2009-02/2009-02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2009-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2009-02 Wed 05 Aug 2009 Frank Tully 75.9 Schneehuhnhoehle 2009#26

Surveys for - id:1623-2009-03

Cave description: 1623/2009-03/2009-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2009-03

caves-1623/2009-03/2009-03  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2009-03/2009-03.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2009-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2009-03 Fri 31 Jul 2009 Gareth Phillips Frank Tully 16.5 Headless Gemse 2009#20

Surveys for zigzag cave - id:1623-2010-02

Cave description: 1623/2010-02/2010-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2010-02

caves-1623/2010-02/2010-02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2010-02/2010-02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2010-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2010-02 Mon 08 Aug 2022 Rachel Turnbull Wookey Tobias Turner 15.1 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2022#50

Surveys for - id:1623-2010-04

Cave description: 1623/2010-04/2010-04.html

Wallets: 1623-2010-04

caves-1623/2010-04/2010-04  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2010-04/2010-04.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2010-04_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2010-04/2010-04

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2010-04 Sun 03 Jul 2016 20.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2016#08

Surveys for - id:1623-2010-06

Cave description: 1623/2010-06/2010-06.html

Wallets: 1623-2010-06

caves-1623/2010-06/2010-06  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2010-06/2010-06.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2010-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2010-06/2010-06

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2010-06 Mon 09 Aug 2010 Frank Tully Martin Jahnke 10.6 Dunkle Zone Schacht 2010#18

Surveys for Brunnen G schacht - id:1623-2010-07

Cave description: 1623/2010-07/2010-07.html

Wallets: 1623-2010-07

caves-1623/2010-07/2010-07  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2010-07/2010-07.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2010-07_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2010-07/2010-07

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2010-07 Fri 13 Aug 2010 Frank Tully Martin Jahnke 45.7 Brunnen G Schacht 2010#17

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-dd-02

Cave description: 1623/2012-dd-02/2012-dd-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-dd-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-dd-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-dd-03

Cave description: 1623/2012-dd-03/2012-dd-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-dd-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-dd-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-dd-04

Cave description: 1623/2012-dd-04/2012-dd-04.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-dd-04

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-dd-04_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Big D Höhle - id:1623-2012-dd-06

Cave description: 1623/2012-dd-06/2012-dd-06.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-dd-06

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-dd-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-dd-07

Cave description: 1623/2012-dd-07/2012-dd-07.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-dd-07

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-dd-07_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-dd-09

Cave description: 1623/2012-dd-09/2012-dd-09.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-dd-09

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-dd-09_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-dd-10

Cave description: 1623/2012-dd-10/2012-dd-10.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-dd-10

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-dd-10_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-dd-11

Cave description: 1623/2012-dd-11/2012-dd-11.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-dd-11

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-dd-11_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-ft-01

Cave description: 1623/2012-ft-01/2012-ft-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ft-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ft-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-ft-02

Cave description: 1623/2012-ft-02/2012-ft-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ft-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ft-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Fruhlingsmiereschact - id:1623-2012-js-01

Cave description: 1623/2012-js-01/2012-js-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-js-01

caves-1623/2012-js-01/2012-js-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-js-01/2012-js-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-js-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2012-js-01/2012-js-01

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2012-js-01 Sat 11 Aug 2012 Jess Stirrups Frank Tully 45.4 Fruhlingsmiereschact 2012#13

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-ns-01

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-01/2012-ns-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ns-01

caves-1623/2012-ns-01/2012-ns-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-ns-01/2012-ns-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ns-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2012-ns-01/2012-ns-01

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2012-ns-01 Sat 11 Aug 2012 Noel Snape 15.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))
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2012-ns-01-2022 Tue 16 Aug 2022 Alex Hannam Kristian Brook 66.1 2012.ns-01 2022#48

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-ns-02

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-02/2012-ns-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ns-02

caves-1623/2012-ns-02/2012-ns-02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-ns-02/2012-ns-02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ns-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2012-ns-02 Sat 11 Aug 2012 Noel Snape 5.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-ns-05

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-05/2012-ns-05.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ns-05

caves-1623/2012-ns-05/2012-ns-05  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-ns-05/2012-ns-05.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ns-05_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2012-ns-05/2012-ns-05

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2012-ns-05 Wed 15 Aug 2012 Ian Walker Noel Snape 10.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-ns-06

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-06/2012-ns-06.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ns-06

caves-1623/2012-ns-06/2012-ns-06  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-ns-06/2012-ns-06.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ns-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2012-ns-06/2012-ns-06

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2012-ns-06 Wed 15 Aug 2012 Ian Walker Noel Snape 20.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-ns-07

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-07/2012-ns-07.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ns-07

caves-1623/2012-ns-07/2012-ns-07  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-ns-07/2012-ns-07.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ns-07_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2012-ns-07/2012-ns-07

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2012-ns-07 Wed 15 Aug 2012 Ian Walker Noel Snape 4.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-ns-08

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-08/2012-ns-08.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ns-08

caves-1623/2012-ns-08/2012-ns-08  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-ns-08/2012-ns-08.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ns-08_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2012-ns-08/2012-ns-08

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2012-ns-08 Wed 15 Aug 2012 Ian Walker Noel Snape 8.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))

Surveys for Kleine Baum Höhle - id:1623-2012-ns-10

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-10/2012-ns-10.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ns-10

caves-1623/2012-ns-10/2012-ns-10  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-ns-10/2012-ns-10.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ns-10_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2012-ns-10/2012-ns-10

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2012-ns-10 Thu 16 Aug 2012 Hannah Walker Noel Snape 26.1 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2012#41

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-ns-12

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-12/2012-ns-12.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ns-12

caves-1623/2012-ns-12/2012-ns-12  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-ns-12/2012-ns-12.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ns-12_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2012-ns-12/2012-ns-12

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2012-ns-12 Thu 16 Aug 2012 Noel Snape 15.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-ns-14

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-14/2012-ns-14.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ns-14

caves-1623/2012-ns-14/2012-ns-14  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-ns-14/2012-ns-14.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ns-14_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2012-ns-14/2012-ns-14

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2012-ns-14 Mon 20 Aug 2012 Julian Todd Noel Snape 10.0

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-ns-15

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-15/2012-ns-15.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ns-15

caves-1623/2012-ns-15/2012-ns-15  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-ns-15/2012-ns-15.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ns-15_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2012-ns-15/2012-ns-15

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2012-ns-15 Mon 20 Aug 2012 Julian Todd Noel Snape 20.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-OK-02

Cave description: 1623/2012-OK-02/2012-OK-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-OK-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-OK-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Birth Control Chamber - id:1623-2012-OW-01

Cave description: 1623/2012-OW-01/2012-OW-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-OW-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-OW-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-OW-7

Cave description: 1623/2012-OW-7/2012-OW-7.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-OW-7

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [ fixedpts/gps/gps17.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-OW-7_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-sw-01

Cave description: 1623/2012-sw-01/2012-sw-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-sw-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-sw-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-sw-02

Cave description: 1623/2012-sw-02/2012-sw-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-sw-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-sw-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-sw-03

Cave description: 1623/2012-sw-03/2012-sw-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-sw-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-sw-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for AntsInYourPants - id:1623-2013-03

Cave description: 1623/2013-03/2013-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2013-03

caves-1623/2013-03/antsinyourpants  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2013-03/antsinyourpants.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2013-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2013-03/antsinyourpants

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
/survexfile/caves-1623/2013-03/antsinyourpants.svx
antsinyourpants Mon 05 Aug 2013 Matt Watson Holly Bradley Becka Lawson 92.2 Surface survey from 2012ns01 to 2013-03 2013#11

Surveys for - id:1623-2013-06

Cave description: 1623/2013-06/2013-06.html

Wallets: 1623-2013-06

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2013-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Dwarf Death-wish hole - id:1623-2013-BL-01

Cave description: 1623/2013-BL-01/2013-BL-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2013-BL-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2013-BL-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2013-sw-01

Cave description: 1623/2013-sw-01/2013-sw-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2013-sw-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2013-sw-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2014-777

Cave description: 1623/2014-777/2014-777.html

Wallets: 1623-2014-777

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2014-777_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2014-867

Cave description: 1623/2014-867/2014-867.html

Wallets: 1623-2014-867

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2014-867_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2014-BL-01

Cave description: 1623/2014-BL-01/2014-BL-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2014-BL-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2014-BL-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Silber Fisch Hoehle - id:1623-2014-BL888

Cave description: 1623/2014-BL888/2014-BL888.html

Wallets: 1623-2014-BL888

caves-1623/2014-BL888/2014-BL888  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2014-BL888/2014-BL888.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2014-BL888_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2014-BL888/2014-BL888

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
/survexfile/caves-1623/2014-BL888/2014-BL888.svx
2014-bl888 Sun 03 Aug 2014 Andrea Futrell Mike Futrell Neil Pacey 49.9 2014-BL888 - Silber Fisch Hoehle 2014#23

Surveys for - id:1623-2014-MF-01

Cave description: 1623/2014-MF-01/2014-MF-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2014-MF-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2014-MF-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2014-MF-02

Cave description: 1623/2014-MF-02/2014-MF-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2014-MF-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2014-MF-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2014-MF-03

Cave description: 1623/2014-MF-03/2014-MF-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2014-MF-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2014-MF-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2014-NP-01

Cave description: 1623/2014-NP-01/2014-NP-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2014-NP-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2014-NP-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Shagged Spit Höhle - id:1623-2015-dl-01

Cave description: 1623/2015-dl-01/2015-dl-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2015-dl-01

caves-1623/2015-dl-01/1  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2015-dl-01/1.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2015-dl-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2015-dl-01/1

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
/survexfile/caves-1623/2015-dl-01/1.svx
1 Mon 07 Aug 2017 Elaine Oliver Elliott Smith 177.4 Shagged Spit Hoehle 2017#54
/survexfile/caves-1623/2015-dl-01/2.svx
2 Thu 10 Aug 2017 Thom Starnes Haydon Saunders 77.8 Shagged Spit Hoehle 2017#55
/survexfile/caves-1623/2015-dl-01/3a.svx
3a Thu 17 Aug 2017 Thom Starnes Haydon Saunders 26.1 (Caves in Kataster area 1626) 2017#56
/survexfile/caves-1623/2015-dl-01/3b.svx
3b Thu 17 Aug 2017 Thom Starnes Haydon Saunders 6.3 (Caves in Kataster area 1626) 2017#56
/survexfile/caves-1623/2015-dl-01/3c.svx
3c Thu 17 Aug 2017 Thom Starnes Haydon Saunders 43.8 (Caves in Kataster area 1626) 2017#56
/survexfile/caves-1623/2015-dl-01/gmh.svx
gmh 0.0 Guten Morgen Höhle

Surveys for Chossy Death Slope Höhle - id:1623-2015-DL-02

Cave description: 1623/2015-DL-02/2015-DL-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2015-DL-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2015-DL-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2017-21

Cave description: 1623/2017-21/2017-21.html

Wallets: 1623-2017-21

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2017-21_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2017-22

Cave description: 1623/2017-22/2017-22.html

Wallets: 1623-2017-22

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2017-22_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2017-AA-01

Cave description: 1623/2017-AA-01/2017-AA-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2017-AA-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2017-AA-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Delicate Bridge Cave - id:1623-2017-AMS-01

Cave description: 1623/2017-AMS-01/2017-AMS-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2017-AMS-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2017-AMS-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Elusive pit - id:1623-2017-AMS-02

Cave description: 1623/2017-AMS-02/2017-AMS-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2017-AMS-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2017-AMS-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2017-NR-01

Cave description: 1623/2017-NR-01/2017-NR-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2017-NR-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2017-NR-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2017-NR-02

Cave description: 1623/2017-NR-02/2017-NR-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2017-NR-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2017-NR-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Achte auf die Lücke - id:1623-2018-aa-01

Cave description: 1623/2018-aa-01/2018-aa-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2018-aa-01

caves-1623/2018-aa-01/2018-aa-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2018-aa-01/2018-aa-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2018-aa-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2018-aa-01/2018-aa-01

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2018-aa-01 Thu 02 Aug 2018 Paul Fox Adam Aldridge 22.0 Achte auf die Lücke 2018#53

Surveys for - id:1623-2018-ad-01

Cave description: 1623/2018-ad-01/2018-ad-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2018-ad-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2018-ad-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Garlic Cave - id:1626-2018-AD-02

Cave description: 1626/2018-AD-02/2018-AD-02.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-AD-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-AD-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Crushed Garlic (Loveshack) - id:1626-2018-ad-03

Cave description: 1626/2018-ad-03/2018-ad-03.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-ad-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-ad-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2018-DM-01

Cave description: 1626/2018-DM-01/2018-DM-01.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-DM-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-DM-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2018-DM-02

Cave description: 1626/2018-DM-02/2018-DM-02.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-DM-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-DM-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2018-DM-03

Cave description: 1626/2018-DM-03/2018-DM-03.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-DM-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-DM-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Bunderstruck Höhle - id:1626-2018-DM-04

Cave description: 1626/2018-DM-04/2018-DM-04.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-DM-04

caves-1626/2018-dm-04/2018-dm-04  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/2018-dm-04/2018-dm-04.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-DM-04_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1626/2018-dm-04/2018-dm-04

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2018-dm-04 Sat 15 Jul 2023 Ely Ash 38.8 Bunderstruck 2023#42

Surveys for - id:1626-2018-DM-05

Cave description: 1626/2018-DM-05/2018-DM-05.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-DM-05

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-DM-05_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2018-DM-06

Cave description: 1626/2018-DM-06/2018-DM-06.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-DM-06

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-DM-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Blitz Baum Schacht - id:1626-2018-ms-02

Cave description: 1626/2018-ms-02/2018-ms-02.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-ms-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-ms-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2018-ms-03

Cave description: 1626/2018-ms-03/2018-ms-03.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-ms-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-ms-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Zufall höhle - id:1626-2018-ms-04

Cave description: 1626/2018-ms-04/2018-ms-04.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-ms-04

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-ms-04_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2018-NTU-01

Cave description: 1623/2018-NTU-01/2018-NTU-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2018-NTU-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2018-NTU-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2018-NTU-02

Cave description: 1623/2018-NTU-02/2018-NTU-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2018-NTU-02

caves-1623/2018-NTU-02/2018-ntu-02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2018-NTU-02/2018-ntu-02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2018-NTU-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2018-NTU-02/2018-ntu-02

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2018-ntu-02 Thu 09 Aug 2018 6.6 (Caves in Kataster area 1626) 2018#43

Surveys for - id:1623-2018-pf-01

Cave description: 1623/2018-pf-01/2018-pf-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2018-pf-01

caves-1623/2018-pf-01/2018-pf-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2018-pf-01/2018-pf-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2018-pf-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2018-pf-01/2018-pf-01

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2018-pf-01 Wed 08 Aug 2018 Paul Fox Natalie Uomini 9.3 TODO 2018#43

Surveys for - id:1623-2018-pf-02

Cave description: 1623/2018-pf-02/2018-pf-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2018-pf-02

caves-1623/2018-pf-02/2018-pf-02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2018-pf-02/2018-pf-02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2018-pf-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2018-pf-02/2018-pf-02

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2018-pf-02 Wed 08 Aug 2018 Paul Fox 23.0 2018-pf-02 2022#36
Thu 04 Aug 2022 Paul Walko Philip Balister 13.0 (2018-pf-02) 2022#36

Surveys for - id:1623-2018-pf-03

Cave description: 1623/2018-pf-03/2018-pf-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2018-pf-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2018-pf-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Trois Dents - id:1626-2018-pw-01

Cave description: 1626/2018-pw-01/2018-pw-01.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-pw-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-pw-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2018-pw-02

Cave description: 1626/2018-pw-02/2018-pw-02.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-pw-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-pw-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for VMKBAH höhle - id:1626-2018-pw-03

Cave description: 1626/2018-pw-03/2018-pw-03.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-pw-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-pw-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2018-tk-01

Cave description: 1626/2018-tk-01/2018-tk-01.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-tk-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-tk-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2018-tk-02

Cave description: 1626/2018-tk-02/2018-tk-02.html

Wallets: 1626-2018-tk-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2018-tk-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Das Bananenloch - id:1626-2019-HT-01

Cave description: 1626/2019-HT-01/2019-HT-01.html

Wallets: 1626-2019-HT-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2019-HT-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Boop-Boo-Da-Boop-Da-Boop - id:1626-2019-HT-02

Cave description: 1626/2019-HT-02/2019-HT-02.html

Wallets: 1626-2019-HT-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2019-HT-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2019-rh-01

Cave description: 1626/2019-rh-01/2019-rh-01.html

Wallets: 1626-2019-rh-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2019-rh-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2019-rh-02

Cave description: 1626/2019-rh-02/2019-rh-02.html

Wallets: 1626-2019-rh-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2019-rh-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2022-HH-01

Cave description: 1623/2022-HH-01/2022-HH-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2022-HH-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2022-HH-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2022-HH-02

Cave description: 1623/2022-HH-02/2022-HH-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2022-HH-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2022-HH-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2022-HH-03

Cave description: 1623/2022-HH-03/2022-HH-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2022-HH-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2022-HH-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2022-HH-04

Cave description: 1623/2022-HH-04/2022-HH-04.html

Wallets: 1623-2022-HH-04

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2022-HH-04_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2022-HH-05

Cave description: 1623/2022-HH-05/2022-HH-05.html

Wallets: 1623-2022-HH-05

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2022-HH-05_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2022-HH-06

Cave description: 1623/2022-HH-06/2022-HH-06.html

Wallets: 1623-2022-HH-06

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2022-HH-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2022-HH-07

Cave description: 1623/2022-HH-07/2022-HH-07.html

Wallets: 1623-2022-HH-07

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2022-HH-07_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2022-HH-08

Cave description: 1623/2022-HH-08/2022-HH-08.html

Wallets: 1623-2022-HH-08

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2022-HH-08_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2022-HH-09

Cave description: 1623/2022-HH-09/2022-HH-09.html

Wallets: 1623-2022-HH-09

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2022-HH-09_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2022-HH-10

Cave description: 1623/2022-HH-10/2022-HH-10.html

Wallets: 1623-2022-HH-10

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2022-HH-10_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2022-HH-11

Cave description: 1623/2022-HH-11/2022-HH-11.html

Wallets: 1623-2022-HH-11

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2022-HH-11_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2022-HH-12

Cave description: 1623/2022-HH-12/2022-HH-12.html

Wallets: 1623-2022-HH-12

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2022-HH-12_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2022-KB-01

Cave description: 1623/2022-KB-01/2022-KB-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2022-KB-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2022-KB-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-ASH-01

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-01/2023-ASH-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-ASH-02

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-02/2023-ASH-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-ASH-03

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-03/2023-ASH-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-ASH-04

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-04/2023-ASH-04.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-04

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-04_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Kleine Zelthöhle - id:1623-2023-ASH-05

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-05/2023-ASH-05.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-05

caves-1623/2023-ASH-05/2023-ASH-05  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-ASH-05/2023-ASH-05.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-05_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2023-ASH-05/2023-ASH-05

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2023-ash-05 Wed 19 Jul 2023 Will Kay Ash 15.8 Little Tent - 2023-ASH-05 2023#34

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-ASH-06

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-06/2023-ASH-06.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-06

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-ASH-07

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-07/2023-ASH-07.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-07

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-07_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Top-Camp-Bandhöhle - id:1623-2023-ASH-08

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-08/2023-ASH-08.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-08

caves-1623/2023-ASH-08/2023-ASH-08  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-ASH-08/2023-ASH-08.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-08_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2023-ASH-08/2023-ASH-08

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2023-ash-08 Thu 20 Jul 2023 Ash Tom Phillips 33.5 Top Camp Band 2023#37

Surveys for Fledermaus- versus Rattenhöhle - id:1623-2023-ASH-09

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-09/2023-ASH-09.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-09

caves-1623/2023-ASH-09/2023-ASH-09  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-ASH-09/2023-ASH-09.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-09_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2023-ASH-09/2023-ASH-09

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2023-ash-09 Thu 20 Jul 2023 Ash Tom Phillips 10.8 Bat versus Rat 2023#38

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-ASH-10

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-10/2023-ASH-10.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-10

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-10_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-ASH-11

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-11/2023-ASH-11.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-11

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-11_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-ASH-12

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-12/2023-ASH-12.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-12

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-12_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-ASH-13

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-13/2023-ASH-13.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-13

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-13_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-ASH-14

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-14/2023-ASH-14.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-14

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-14_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Höhle bei der Ankunft tot - id:1623-2023-ASH-15

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-15/2023-ASH-15.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-15

caves-1623/2023-ASH-15/2023-ASH-15  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-ASH-15/2023-ASH-15.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-15_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2023-ASH-15/2023-ASH-15

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2023-ash-15 Wed 19 Jul 2023 Will Kay Ash Zac Woodford 10.6 Dead on Arrival 2023#39

Surveys for Langweiliges Loch - id:1623-2023-ASH-16

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-16/2023-ASH-16.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-16

caves-1623/2023-ASH-16/2023-ASH-16  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-ASH-16/2023-ASH-16.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-16_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2023-ASH-16/2023-ASH-16

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2023-ash-16 Wed 19 Jul 2023 Zac Woodford Ash 9.4 Boring Hole 2023#40

Surveys for Gollum Grotto - id:1623-2023-ASH-17

Cave description: 1623/2023-ASH-17/2023-ASH-17.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ASH-17

caves-1623/2023-ASH-17/2023-ASH-17  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-ASH-17/2023-ASH-17.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ASH-17_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2023-ASH-17/2023-ASH-17

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2023-ash-17 Wed 19 Jul 2023 Will Kay Ash 19.7 Gollum Grotto 2023#41

Surveys for - id:1626-2023-BL-01

Cave description: 1626/2023-BL-01/2023-BL-01.html

Wallets: 1626-2023-BL-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2023-BL-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2023-BL-02

Cave description: 1626/2023-BL-02/2023-BL-02.html

Wallets: 1626-2023-BL-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2023-BL-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2023-BL-03

Cave description: 1626/2023-BL-03/2023-BL-03.html

Wallets: 1626-2023-BL-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2023-BL-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Boulder block cave - id:1626-2023-BL-04

Cave description: 1626/2023-BL-04/2023-BL-04.html

Wallets: 1626-2023-BL-04

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2023-BL-04_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2023-BL-05

Cave description: 1626/2023-BL-05/2023-BL-05.html

Wallets: 1626-2023-BL-05

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2023-BL-05_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2023-BL-06

Cave description: 1626/2023-BL-06/2023-BL-06.html

Wallets: 1626-2023-BL-06

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2023-BL-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2023-BL-07

Cave description: 1626/2023-BL-07/2023-BL-07.html

Wallets: 1626-2023-BL-07

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2023-BL-07_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2023-BL-08

Cave description: 1626/2023-BL-08/2023-BL-08.html

Wallets: 1626-2023-BL-08

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2023-BL-08_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2023-BL-09

Cave description: 1626/2023-BL-09/2023-BL-09.html

Wallets: 1626-2023-BL-09

caves-1626/2023-BL-09/2023-BL-09  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/2023-BL-09/2023-BL-09.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2023-BL-09_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-bl-09 Wed 19 Jul 2023 Becka Lawson 9.8 Slot Cave - 2023-BL-09 2023#47

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-BL-10

Cave description: 1623/2023-BL-10/2023-BL-10.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-BL-10

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-BL-10_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-BL-11

Cave description: 1623/2023-BL-11/2023-BL-11.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-BL-11

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-BL-11_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-2023-BuzzardHole

Cave description: 1626/2023-BuzzardHole/2023-BuzzardHole.html

Wallets: 1626-2023-BuzzardHole

caves-1626/2023-BuzzardHole/2023-BuzzardHole  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/2023-BuzzardHole/2023-BuzzardHole.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2023-BuzzardHole_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-buzzardhole Sat 05 Aug 2023 Nathan Walker Manfred Wuits 58.1 Buzzard Cave 2023#76

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-EBH-01

Cave description: 1623/2023-EBH-01/2023-EBH-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-EBH-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-EBH-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-EBH-02

Cave description: 1623/2023-EBH-02/2023-EBH-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-EBH-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-EBH-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Sinnlose Höhle - id:1623-2023-ft-01

Cave description: 1623/2023-ft-01/2023-ft-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ft-01

caves-1623/2023-ft-01/2023-ft-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-ft-01/2023-ft-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ft-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-ft-01 Mon 24 Jul 2023 Frank Tully 5.9 2023#52

Surveys for Mahlstromhöhle - id:1623-2023-ft-02

Cave description: 1623/2023-ft-02/2023-ft-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-ft-02

caves-1623/2023-ft-02/2023-ft-02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-ft-02/2023-ft-02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-ft-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2023-ft-02/2023-ft-02

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2023-ft-02 0.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))
/survexfile/caves-1623/2023-ft-02/2023-ft-02-part1.svx
2023-ft-02-part1 Mon 24 Jul 2023 frank Tully Max Weiser Florian Parhofer 71.2 Mahlstrom 2023#52
/survexfile/caves-1623/2023-ft-02/2023-ft-02-part2.svx
2023-ft-02-part2 Fri 28 Jul 2023 Frank Tully Joe Stell 97.6 Mahlstrom 2023#52
/survexfile/caves-1623/2023-ft-02/2023-ft-02-part3.svx
2023-ft-02-part3 Sat 29 Jul 2023 Nadia Joe Stell 47.8 Mahlstrom 2023#57
/survexfile/caves-1623/2023-ft-02/2023-ft-02-part4.svx
2023-ft-02-part4 Mon 31 Jul 2023 Frank Tully Nadia Sam Lee 65.0 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))) 2023#52

Surveys for Kleiner Abfluss Höhle - id:1623-2023-hbrw-01

Cave description: 1623/2023-hbrw-01/2023-hbrw-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-hbrw-01

caves-1623/2023-hbrw-01/2023-hbrw-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-hbrw-01/2023-hbrw-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-hbrw-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-hbrw-01 Thu 06 Jul 2023 Radost Waszkiewicz 13.8 Small Drain 2023#03

Surveys for Mittlerer Abfluss Höhle - id:1623-2023-hbrw-02

Cave description: 1623/2023-hbrw-02/2023-hbrw-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-hbrw-02

caves-1623/2023-hbrw-02/2023-hbrw-02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-hbrw-02/2023-hbrw-02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-hbrw-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-hbrw-02 Thu 06 Jul 2023 Radost Waszkiewicz Honorata Bogusz 19.2 Medium Drain 2023#03

Surveys for Amphitheater Höhle - id:1623-2023-hbrw-03

Cave description: 1623/2023-hbrw-03/2023-hbrw-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-hbrw-03

caves-1623/2023-hbrw-03/2023-hbrw-03  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-hbrw-03/2023-hbrw-03.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-hbrw-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2023-hbrw-03/2023-hbrw-03

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2023-hbrw-03 0.0 Amphitheatre Cave
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amphitheatre Tue 11 Jul 2023 Ash Radost Waszkiewicz Honorata Bogusz 48.6 amphitheatre Entrance 2023#13
/survexfile/caves-1623/2023-hbrw-03/frozenunknown.svx
frozenunknown Wed 12 Jul 2023 Janis Ash 51.5 Frozen Unknown 2023#14

Surveys for Unglückliche Gämsenhöhle - id:1623-2023-hbrw-04

Cave description: 1623/2023-hbrw-04/2023-hbrw-04.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-hbrw-04

caves-1623/2023-hbrw-04/2023-hbrw-04  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-hbrw-04/2023-hbrw-04.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-hbrw-04_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2023-hbrw-04/2023-hbrw-04

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2023-hbrw-04 Sat 08 Jul 2023 Mike Butcher 22.2 Unlucky Gemse 2023#15

Surveys for Rose Blumen Höhle - id:1623-2023-hbrw-05

Cave description: 1623/2023-hbrw-05/2023-hbrw-05.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-hbrw-05

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-hbrw-05_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Sunglasses disapointment - id:1623-2023-JS-01

Cave description: 1623/2023-JS-01/2023-JS-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-JS-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-JS-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Gardeners'World - id:1623-2023-JS-03

Cave description: 1623/2023-JS-03/2023-JS-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-JS-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-JS-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-JW-02

Cave description: 1623/2023-JW-02/2023-JW-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-JW-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-JW-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-JW-03

Cave description: 1623/2023-JW-03/2023-JW-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-JW-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-JW-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Tempesthöhle - id:1623-2023-lc-01

Cave description: 1623/2023-lc-01/2023-lc-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-lc-01

caves-1623/2023-lc-01/2023-lc-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-lc-01/2023-lc-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-lc-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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thetouchofdeath Tue 18 Jul 2023 Zac Woodford Ash 107.3 The Touch of Death 2023#43
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fartichoke Tue 18 Jul 2023 Zac Woodford Ash Merryn Matthews 27.2 Fartichoke 2023#44
tempest Sun 16 Jul 2023 Merryn Matthews Lizzie Caisley Joel Stobbart Tom Phillips 52.2 (Tempest) 2023#30
narnia Tue 18 Jul 2023 Lizzie Caisley Joel Stobbart Tom Phillips 62.8 (Tempest) 2023#31

Surveys for Schlüssellochhöhle - id:1623-2023-mg-04

Cave description: 1623/2023-mg-04/2023-mg-04.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-mg-04

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If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-mg-04/2023-mg-04.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-mg-04_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-mg-04 Tue 11 Jul 2023 Janis Martin Green 14.6 2023-MG-04 2023#11

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-mg-05

Cave description: 1623/2023-mg-05/2023-mg-05.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-mg-05

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-mg-05_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-MG-06

Cave description: 1623/2023-MG-06/2023-MG-06.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-MG-06

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-MG-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-MM-01

Cave description: 1623/2023-MM-01/2023-MM-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-MM-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-MM-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for CliffRichards - id:1623-2023-MM-02

Cave description: 1623/2023-MM-02/2023-MM-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-MM-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-MM-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for DerStürm2 - id:1623-2023-MM-03

Cave description: 1623/2023-MM-03/2023-MM-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-MM-03

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If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-mm-03/2023-mm-03.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-MM-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-mm-03 Fri 21 Jul 2023 Merryn Matthews Ely Zac Woodford 16.8 Der Sturm2 2023#32

Surveys for The Bees Knees - id:1623-2023-OK-01

Cave description: 1623/2023-OK-01/2023-OK-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-OK-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-OK-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Totes Ballonloch - id:1623-2023-RAWDB-01

Cave description: 1623/2023-RAWDB-01/2023-RAWDB-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-RAWDB-01

caves-1623/2023-RAWDB-01/2023-RAWDB-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-RAWDB-01/2023-RAWDB-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-RAWDB-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-rawdb-01 Wed 02 Aug 2023 David Botcherby Rob Watson 32.9 2023-RAWDB-01 Dead Balloon Hole 2023#69

Surveys for Bergschacht - id:1623-2023-RAWDB-02

Cave description: 1623/2023-RAWDB-02/2023-RAWDB-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-RAWDB-02

caves-1623/2023-RAWDB-02/2023-RAWDB-02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-RAWDB-02/2023-RAWDB-02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-RAWDB-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-rawdb-02 Wed 02 Aug 2023 David Botcherby Rob Watson 34.5 2023-RAWDB-02 Mountain Aven 2023#69

Surveys for Ancient Technology - id:1626-2023-ww-01

Cave description: 1626/2023-ww-01/2023-ww-01.html

Wallets: 1626-2023-ww-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-2023-ww-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Hübel-Höhle - id:1626-361

Cave description: 1626/361/361.html

Wallets: 1626-361

caves-1626/361/361  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/361/361.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-361_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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Surveys for Eisrohrschach - id:1627-702

Cave description: 1627/702/702.html

Wallets: 1627-702

caves-1627/702/702  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1627/702/702.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1627-702_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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Surveys for Al herrenhöhle - id:1627-703

Cave description: 1627/703/703.html

Wallets: 1627-703

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If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1627/703/703.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1627-703_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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703 3037.5 (())

Surveys for Unaussprechliche - id:1627-706

Cave description: 1627/706/706.html

Wallets: 1627-706

caves-1627/706/706  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1627/706/706.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1627-706_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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Surveys for Lehmlabyrinth - id:1627-729

Cave description: 1627/729/729.html

Wallets: 1627-729

caves-1627/729/729  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1627/729/729.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1627-729_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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Surveys for Megalodon - id:1627-734

Cave description: 1627/734/734.html

Wallets: 1627-734

caves-1627/734/734  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1627/734/734.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1627-734_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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734 8892.7 (())

Surveys for Aussprechliche Höhle - id:1627-736

Cave description: 1627/736/736.html

Wallets: 1627-736

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If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1627/736/736.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1627-736_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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736 33.6 (())

Surveys for Kraddlerloch - id:1627-737

Cave description: 1627/737/737.html

Wallets: 1627-737

caves-1627/737/737  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1627/737/737.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1627-737_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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Surveys for Q-Blumenschach - id:1627-738

Cave description: 1627/738/738.html

Wallets: 1627-738

caves-1627/738/738  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1627/738/738.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1627-738_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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738 181.1 (())

Surveys for Glashaus - id:1627-739

Cave description: 1627/739/739.html

Wallets: 1627-739

caves-1627/739/739  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1627/739/739.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1627-739_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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739 116.1 (())

Surveys for Illegaler Harem - id:1627-742

Cave description: 1627/742/742.html

Wallets: 1627-742

caves-1627/742/742  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1627/742/742.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1627-742_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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Surveys for Schaumal-Bärenhöhle - id:1627-796

Cave description: 1627/796/796.html

Wallets: 1627-796

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If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1627/796/796.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1627-796_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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Surveys for - id:1627-798

Cave description: 1627/798/798.html

Wallets: 1627-798

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If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1627/798/798.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1627-798_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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Surveys for - id:1623-88F

Cave description: 1623/88F/88F.html

Wallets: 1623-88F

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-88F_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-88H

Cave description: 1623/88H/88H.html

Wallets: 1623-88H

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-88H_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-blaubeer

Cave description: 1623/blaubeer/blaubeer.html

Wallets: 1623-blaubeer

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If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/blaubeer/blaubeer.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-blaubeer_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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Surveys for - id:1623-BS1-15

Cave description: 1623/BS1-15/BS1-15.html

Wallets: 1623-BS1-15

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-BS1-15_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for BS16 - id:1623-BS16

Cave description: 1623/BS16/BS16.html

Wallets: 1623-BS16

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-BS16_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-BS18

Cave description: 1623/BS18/BS18.html

Wallets: 1623-BS18

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-BS18_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-BS19

Cave description: 1623/BS19/BS19.html

Wallets: 1623-BS19

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-BS19_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-BS20

Cave description: 1623/BS20/BS20.html

Wallets: 1623-BS20

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-BS20_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1626-casino

Cave description: 1626/casino/casino.html

Wallets: 1626-casino

caves-1626/casino/casino  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/casino/casino.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-casino_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1626/casino/casino

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casino Tue 31 Jul 2007 189.2 (Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07)

Surveys for Fliffies (E09?) - id:1626-E02

Cave description: 1626/E02/E02.html

Wallets: 1626-E02

caves-1626/E02/e02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/E02/e02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-E02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1626/E02/e02

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e02 Tue 31 Jul 2007 110.9 (Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07)

Surveys for Roehre Höhle (E09) - id:1626-E09

Cave description: 1626/E09/E09.html

Wallets: 1626-E09

caves-1626/E09/e09  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/E09/e09.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-E09_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1626/E09/e09

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e09 Tue 31 Jul 2007 60.0 (Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07)

Surveys for Ich muss mal (Die Mausefalle) - id:1626-E16

Cave description: 1626/E16/E16.html

Wallets: 1626-E16

caves-1626/E16/e16  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/E16/e16.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-E16_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1626/E16/e16

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mausefalle Mon 03 Aug 2009 77.3 (Caves in Kataster area 1626)

Surveys for Alladin mit der Wunderlampe - id:1626-E28

Cave description: 1626/E28/E28.html

Wallets: 1626-E28

caves-1626/E28/e28  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/E28/e28.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-E28_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1626/E28/e28

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e28 Thu 02 Aug 2007 140.0 (Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07)

Surveys for Haldenloch - id:1623-haldenloch

Cave description: 1623/haldenloch/haldenloch.html

Wallets: 1623-haldenloch

caves-1623/haldenloch/haldenloch  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/haldenloch/haldenloch.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-haldenloch_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/haldenloch/haldenloch

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haldenloch Thu 11 Sep 2008 0.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))
eingang 58.6 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))
tunnel 128.5 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))

Surveys for - id:1623-juttahoehle

Cave description: 1623/juttahoehle/juttahoehle.html

Wallets: 1623-juttahoehle

caves-1623/juttahoehle/jutta  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/juttahoehle/jutta.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-juttahoehle_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/juttahoehle/jutta

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jutta Sun 26 Aug 1984 74.8 JuttaHöhle

Surveys for - id:1626-Loutotihoehle

Cave description: 1626/Loutotihoehle/Loutotihoehle.html

Wallets: 1626-Loutotihoehle

caves-1626/loutotihoehle/loutoti  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/loutotihoehle/loutoti.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-Loutotihoehle_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1626/loutotihoehle/loutoti

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/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/loutoti.svx
lou-toti 0.0 (Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07)
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-Eingang.svx
lt-eingang Mon 08 Sep 2008 151.8 Neuvermessung ab Eingang
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-Rampe.svx
lt-rampe Wed 04 Aug 2010 202.8 Rampengelände ab MP 10 der alten Vermessung
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-Hauptgang.svx
lt-hauptgang Thu 04 Aug 2016 170.8 Neuvermennung ab MP8 von der alten Vermessung
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-Clemens.svx
lt-clemens Mon 04 Aug 2014 158.9 Hauptgang Hinten
84.6 (Hauptgang Hinten)
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/ISS.svx
iss Wed 03 Aug 2016 491.8 ((Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07))
0.0 (((Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07)))
0.0 (((Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07)))
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-Horizont.svx
lt-horizont Sun 06 Aug 2017 446.4 ((Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07))
0.0 (((Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07)))
17.4 (((Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07)))
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-Mikadorampe.svx
lt-mikadorampe Sun 06 Aug 2017 116.1 ((Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07))
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-hintenoben.svx
lt-hintenoben Sun 06 Aug 2017 246.2 Neuvermessung ab MP6 von der alten Clemens-Vermessung
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-Franzosenrutsche.svx
lt-franzosenrutsche Tue 02 Aug 2016 151.6 Franzosenrutsche
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-Spiderman.svx
lt-spiderman Tue 04 Aug 2015 221.1 Spiderman
0.0 (Spiderman)
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-Labyrinth.svx
lt-labyrinth Mon 01 Aug 2016 354.0 Das verwunschene Labyrinth
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-Haloroehre.svx
lt-haloroehre Mon 07 Aug 2017 75.5 Halluzinationsröhre
12_ Tue 04 Aug 2020 382.3 (Halluzinationsröhre)
4_ 147.5 ((Halluzinationsröhre))
4one 45.8 ((Halluzinationsröhre))
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-Schwabenlaendle.svx
lt-schwabenlaendle Mon 30 Jul 2018 219.5 Schwabenländle
31_ 61.2 (Schwabenländle)
28_ 117.2 (Schwabenländle)
Mon 29 Jul 2019 7.4 ((Schwabenländle))
27_ Mon 30 Jul 2018 209.4 (Schwabenländle)
13_ Tue 31 Jul 2018 549.8 ((Schwabenländle))
24_ 68.4 (((Schwabenländle)))
36_ Wed 01 Aug 2018 175.8 (((Schwabenländle)))
3_ 126.8 ((((Schwabenländle))))
13_ 72.2 (((((Schwabenländle)))))
8_ 198.6 ((((Schwabenländle))))
8_ 109.6 (((((Schwabenländle)))))
5_ 225.5 ((((((Schwabenländle))))))
22_ 39.0 ((((Schwabenländle))))
7_ 35.6 ((Schwabenländle))
29_ 14.1 (Schwabenländle)
27pipi 70.1 (Schwabenländle)
27alpha 30.6 (Schwabenländle)
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-Castamere.svx
lt-castamere Sun 01 Jul 2018 81.4 The Rains of Castamere
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-VW.svx
lt-vw Mon 29 Jul 2019 188.4 Verschlossene Welt
8_ 895.2 (Verschlossene Welt)
44_ 405.2 ((Verschlossene Welt))
22_ 101.0 (((Verschlossene Welt)))
23_ 137.1 (((Verschlossene Welt)))
19_ Wed 05 Aug 2020 220.4 (((Verschlossene Welt)))
4ueberraschungsspalte 16.2 ((((Verschlossene Welt))))
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-Krake.svx
lt-krake Mon 29 Jul 2019 189.7 Krake
7_ 41.4 (Krake)
2_ 66.3 ((Krake))
2_ 16.3 (((Krake)))
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/LT-RM.svx
lt-rm Wed 31 Jul 2019 508.7 Russisch Mikado
/survexfile/caves-1626/loutotihoehle/monstercanyon.svx
monstercanyon Mon 18 Mar 2019 52.8 ((Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07))

Surveys for Rentner-Express - id:1623-rentner

Cave description: 1623/rentner/rentner.html

Wallets: 1623-rentner

caves-1623/rentner/rentner  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/rentner/rentner.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-rentner_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/rentner/rentner

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rentner 0.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))
/survexfile/caves-1623/rentner/rentner-1.svx
1 Sun 01 Aug 2021 126.1 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))
Mon 23 Aug 2021 7.2 (((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))))
Mon 23 Aug 2021 6.1 (((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))))
/survexfile/caves-1623/rentner/rentner-1-14.svx
1_14 Sun 08 Aug 2021 337.0 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))
/survexfile/caves-1623/rentner/rentner-1-14-45.svx
1_14_45 Sun 08 Aug 2021 171.7 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))
/survexfile/caves-1623/rentner/rentner-1-14-45-16.svx
1_14_45_16 Sun 08 Aug 2021 9.6 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))
/survexfile/caves-1623/rentner/mondmilchcanyon.svx
mondmilchcanyon 369.6 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))
/survexfile/caves-1623/rentner/schmuckkasten.svx
schmuckkasten 36.8 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))
/survexfile/caves-1623/rentner/deinhoch.svx
deinhoch Mon 01 Aug 2022 21.8 Dein Hoch
/survexfile/caves-1623/rentner/spiegeltor.svx
spiegeltor Mon 01 Aug 2022 23.4 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))
/survexfile/caves-1623/rentner/redbullroehre.svx
redbullroehre Sun 07 Aug 2022 146.3 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))
/survexfile/caves-1623/rentner/eisenbahntunnel.svx
eisenbahntunnel Sun 07 Aug 2022 61.6 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))
/survexfile/caves-1623/rentner/kartenhaus.svx
kartenhaus Sun 07 Aug 2022 39.9 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))
/survexfile/caves-1623/rentner/schwarzesmonster.svx
schwarzesmonster Sat 06 Aug 2022 39.8 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))
/survexfile/caves-1623/rentner/schwingerclub.svx
schwingerclub Mon 08 Aug 2022 27.6 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)))

Surveys for - id:1626-upside-down

Cave description: 1626/upside-down/upside-down.html

Wallets: 1626-upside-down

caves-1626/upside-down/upside-down  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/upside-down/upside-down.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-upside-down_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1626/upside-down/upside-down

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upsidedown Wed 10 Sep 2008 39.6 Upside-Down

Surveys for Slime Cave - id:1623-2012-ns-03

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-03/2012-ns-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ns-03

caves-1623/2012-ns-03/2012-ns-03  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-ns-03/2012-ns-03.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ns-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2012-ns-03/2012-ns-03

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2012-ns-03 Mon 20 Aug 2012 Julian Todd Noel Snape 36.2 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2012#43

Surveys for - id:1623-HFG-KA88

Cave description: 1623/HFG-KA88/HFG-KA88.html

Wallets: 1623-HFG-KA88

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-HFG-KA88_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-OK-01

Cave description: 1623/2012-OK-01/2012-OK-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-OK-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-OK-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2018-MS-01

Cave description: 1623/2018-MS-01/2018-MS-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2018-MS-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2018-MS-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Mendip-Männerhöhle - id:1623-2023-JSS-01

Cave description: 1623/2023-JSS-01/2023-JSS-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-JSS-01

caves-1623/2023-jss-01/2023-jss-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-jss-01/2023-jss-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-JSS-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2023-jss-01/2023-jss-01

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2023-jss-01 0.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))
/survexfile/caves-1623/2023-jss-01/2023-jss-01_trip1.svx
2023-jss-01_trip1 Sat 29 Jul 2023 Becka Lawson Luke Stangroom Kai Trusson 82.9 Mendip Man - 2023-jss-01_trip1 2023#56
/survexfile/caves-1623/2023-jss-01/2023-jss-01_trip2.svx
2023-jss-01_trip2 Sat 29 Jul 2023 Adam Baldock Kai Trusson 28.4 Mendip Man - 2023-jss-01_trip2 2023#56

Surveys for Katzenaugenhöhle - id:1623-2023-KT-01

Cave description: 1623/2023-KT-01/2023-KT-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-KT-01

caves-1623/2023-kt-01/2023-kt-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-kt-01/2023-kt-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-KT-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-kt-01 Wed 19 Jul 2023 Kai Trusson Nadia Raeburn-Cherradi 24.1 Cateyes Cave - 2023-kt-01 2023#49

Surveys for Silbermottehöhle - id:1623-2023-KT-02

Cave description: 1623/2023-KT-02/2023-KT-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-KT-02

caves-1623/2023-kt-02/2023-kt-02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-kt-02/2023-kt-02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-KT-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-kt-02 Mon 31 Jul 2023 Adam Baldock Kai Trusson Ben Chaddock 38.6 Silver Moth 2023#73

Surveys for Adidas Lederhosen - id:1623-2023-mg-01

Cave description: 1623/2023-mg-01/2023-mg-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-mg-01

caves-1623/2023-mg-01/2023-mg-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-mg-01/2023-mg-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-mg-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-mg-01 Thu 06 Jul 2023 Martin Green 12.0 2023-MG-01 2023#01

Surveys for Doppellochhöhle - id:1623-2023-mg-02

Cave description: 1623/2023-mg-02/2023-mg-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-mg-02

caves-1623/2023-mg-02/2023-mg-02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-mg-02/2023-mg-02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-mg-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-mg-02 Thu 06 Jul 2023 Martin Green 9.0 2023-MG-02 2023#01
Martin Green 0.0 (2023-MG-02) 2023#01

Surveys for Kalte Salamanderhöhle - id:1623-2023-mg-03

Cave description: 1623/2023-mg-03/2023-mg-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-mg-03

caves-1623/2023-mg-03/2023-mg-03  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2023-mg-03/2023-mg-03.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-mg-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2023-mg-03 Tue 11 Jul 2023 Janis Martin Green 91.2 Kalte Salamanderhöhle 2023#11

Surveys for Erbärmlichbaumhöhle - id:1623-2001-06

Cave description: 1623/2001-06/2001-06.html

Wallets: 1623-2001-06

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2001-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Funkberaterschacht - id:1623-2001-09

Cave description: 1623/2001-09/2001-09.html

Wallets: 1623-2001-09

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2001-09_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-10

Cave description: 1623/2002-10/2002-10.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-10

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-10_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-X09

Cave description: 1623/2002-X09/2002-X09.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-X09

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-X09_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-X09B

Cave description: 1623/2002-X09B/2002-X09B.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-X09B

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-X09B_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-X15

Cave description: 1623/2002-X15/2002-X15.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-X15

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-X15_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-X16

Cave description: 1623/2002-X16/2002-X16.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-X16

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-X16_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-X17

Cave description: 1623/2002-X17/2002-X17.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-X17

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-X17_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-X18

Cave description: 1623/2002-X18/2002-X18.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-X18

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-X18_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2004-05

Cave description: 1623/2004-05/2004-05.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-05

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-05_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2004-06

Cave description: 1623/2004-06/2004-06.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-06

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2004-09

Cave description: 1623/2004-09/2004-09.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-09

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-09_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2004-10

Cave description: 1623/2004-10/2004-10.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-10

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If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2004-10/2004-10.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-10_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2004-10 Sun 11 Aug 2013 Matt Watson Alex Crow 51.1 2004-10 2013#18

Surveys for Schneeoberlichtschacht - id:1623-2001-08

Cave description: 1623/2001-08/2001-08.html

Wallets: 1623-2001-08

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2001-08_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Großarbeithöhle - id:1623-2001-10

Cave description: 1623/2001-10/2001-10.html

Wallets: 1623-2001-10

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2001-10_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Schnürsenkelschacht - id:1623-2001-11

Cave description: 1623/2001-11/2001-11.html

Wallets: 1623-2001-11

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2001-11_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2004-07

Cave description: 1623/2004-07/2004-07.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-07

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-07_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2004-08

Cave description: 1623/2004-08/2004-08.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-08

caves-1623/2004-08/2004-08  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2004-08/2004-08.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-08_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2004-08 Thu 27 Jul 2006 Olly 79.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2006#16

Surveys for - id:1623-2004-04

Cave description: 1623/2004-04/2004-04.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-04

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-04_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2006-03

Cave description: 1623/2006-03/2006-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2006-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2006-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2004-13

Cave description: 1623/2004-13/2004-13.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-13

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-13_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2004-16

Cave description: 1623/2004-16/2004-16.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-16

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-16_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2004-17

Cave description: 1623/2004-17/2004-17.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-17

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-17_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Eiskeller - id:1623-2004-18

Cave description: 1623/2004-18/2004-18.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-18

caves-1623/2004-18/2004-18  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2004-18/2004-18.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-18_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2004-18/2004-18

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2004-18 Thu 09 Aug 2018 Paul Fox Natalie Uomini 39.9 Eiskeller 2018#44

Surveys for - id:1623-2006-01

Cave description: 1623/2006-01/2006-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2006-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2006-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2006-05

Cave description: 1623/2006-05/2006-05.html

Wallets: 1623-2006-05

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2006-05_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Infrared Spectrometer - id:1623-2006-07

Cave description: 1623/2006-07/2006-07.html

Wallets: 1623-2006-07

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2006-07_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2006-02

Cave description: 1623/2006-02/2006-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2006-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2006-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2000-02

Cave description: 1623/2000-02/2000-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2000-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2000-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for LUSS/LA40 - id:1623-LA40

Cave description: 1623/LA40/LA40.html

Wallets: 1623-LA40

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-LA40_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2004-21

Cave description: 1623/2004-21/2004-21.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-21

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-21_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Grabenkrieghöhle - id:1623-2000-08

Cave description: 1623/2000-08/2000-08.html

Wallets: 1623-2000-08

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2000-08_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Eiercremehöhle - id:1623-2002-06

Cave description: 1623/2002-06/2002-06.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-06

caves-1623/2002-06/2002-06  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2002-06/2002-06.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2002-06/2002-06

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2002-06 Fri 28 Jul 2006 Matt Bent Phil Underpants 5.6 Custard 2006#07

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-W-01

Cave description: 1623/2002-W-01/2002-W-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-W-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-W-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-W-02

Cave description: 1623/2002-W-02/2002-W-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-W-02

caves-1623/2002-w-02/2002-w-02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2002-w-02/2002-w-02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-W-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2002-w-02/2002-w-02

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2002-w-02 Mon 05 Aug 2002 Olly Betts Wookey 28.1 2002-W-02 2002#06

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-XX

Cave description: 1623/2002-XX/2002-XX.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-XX

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/quarriesd/quarriesd.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-XX_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Gipfelschacht - id:1623-2003-X15

Cave description: 1623/2003-X15/2003-X15.html

Wallets: 1623-2003-X15

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2003-X15_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2003-X18

Cave description: 1623/2003-X18/2003-X18.html

Wallets: 1623-2003-X18

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2003-X18_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2005-92

Cave description: 1623/2005-92/2005-92.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-92

caves-1623/2005-92/2005-92  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2005-92/2005-92.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-92_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2005-92/2005-92

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2005-92 Tue 26 Jul 2005 Jenny Black Olly Betts 20.4 2005-92 2005#05

Surveys for - id:1623-2005-93

Cave description: 1623/2005-93/2005-93.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-93

caves-1623/2005-93/2005-93  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2005-93/2005-93.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-93_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2005-93/2005-93

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2005-93 Tue 26 Jul 2005 Jenny Black Olly Betts 10.0 2005-93 2005#05

Surveys for - id:1623-2005-94

Cave description: 1623/2005-94/2005-94.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-94

caves-1623/2005-94/2005-94  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2005-94/2005-94.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-94_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2005-94/2005-94

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2005-94 Tue 26 Jul 2005 Jenny Black Olly Betts 8.7 2005-94 2005#05

Surveys for - id:1623-2005-95

Cave description: 1623/2005-95/2005-95.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-95

caves-1623/2005-95/2005-95  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2005-95/2005-95.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-95_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2005-95/2005-95

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2005-95 Tue 26 Jul 2005 Jenny Black Olly Betts 19.3 2005-95 2005#05

Surveys for Schlotschacht - id:1623-2005-96

Cave description: 1623/2005-96/2005-96.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-96

caves-1623/2005-96/2005-96  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2005-96/2005-96.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-96_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2005-96/2005-96

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
/survexfile/caves-1623/2005-96/2005-96.svx
2005-96 Tue 26 Jul 2005 Jenny Black Olly Betts 9.1 2005-96 2005#05

Surveys for Genutetschacht - id:1623-2005-97

Cave description: 1623/2005-97/2005-97.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-97

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-97_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for CUCC 1976/A1 - id:1623-A1

Cave description: 1623/A1/A1.html

Wallets: 1623-A1

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-A1_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for CUCC 1976/B10 - id:1623-B10

Cave description: 1623/B10/B10.html

Wallets: 1623-B10

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-B10_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for CUCC 1976/B2 - id:1623-B2

Cave description: 1623/B2/B2.html

Wallets: 1623-B2

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-B2_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for CUCC 1976/B3 - id:1623-B3

Cave description: 1623/B3/B3.html

Wallets: 1623-B3

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-B3_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for CUCC 1976/B4 - id:1623-B4

Cave description: 1623/B4/B4.html

Wallets: 1623-B4

caves-1623/B4/B4  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/B4/B4.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-B4_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/B4/B4

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
/survexfile/caves-1623/B4/B4.svx
b4 Wed 09 Aug 2006 Jenny Black Olly Betts 17.5 B4

Surveys for CUCC 1976/B5 - id:1623-B5

Cave description: 1623/B5/B5.html

Wallets: 1623-B5

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-B5_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for CUCC 1976/B6 - id:1623-B6

Cave description: 1623/B6/B6.html

Wallets: 1623-B6

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-B6_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for LUSS/LA35 - id:1623-LA35

Cave description: 1623/LA35/LA35.html

Wallets: 1623-LA35

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-LA35_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for LUSS/LA37 - id:1623-LA37

Cave description: 1623/LA37/LA37.html

Wallets: 1623-LA37

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-LA37_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for LUSS/LA38 - id:1623-LA38

Cave description: 1623/LA38/LA38.html

Wallets: 1623-LA38

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-LA38_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2005-01

Cave description: 1623/2005-01/2005-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-01

caves-1623/2005-01/2005-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2005-01/2005-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2005-01/2005-01

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
/survexfile/caves-1623/2005-01/2005-01.svx
2005-01 Wed 27 Jul 2005 Mark Shinwell Emma Wilson 60.3 2005-01

Surveys for - id:1623-1992-X01

Cave description: 1623/1992-X01/1992-X01.html

Wallets: 1623-1992-X01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1992-X01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Ski-pole höhle - id:1623-1996-01

Cave description: 1623/1996-01/1996-01.html

Wallets: 1623-1996-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1996-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-1996-05

Cave description: 1623/1996-05/1996-05.html

Wallets: 1623-1996-05

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1996-05_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-1996WK12

Cave description: 1623/1996WK12/1996WK12.html

Wallets: 1623-1996WK12

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1996WK12_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-1996WK4

Cave description: 1623/1996WK4/1996WK4.html

Wallets: 1623-1996WK4

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1996WK4_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-1997-07

Cave description: 1623/1997-07/1997-07.html

Wallets: 1623-1997-07

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1997-07_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2003-X12

Cave description: 1623/2003-X12/2003-X12.html

Wallets: 1623-2003-X12

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2003-X12_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2003-X17

Cave description: 1623/2003-X17/2003-X17.html

Wallets: 1623-2003-X17

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2003-X17_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for L Shaft - id:1623-2005-06

Cave description: 1623/2005-06/2005-06.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-06

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for LUSS/LA30 - id:1623-LA30

Cave description: 1623/LA30/LA30.html

Wallets: 1623-LA30

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-LA30_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-AD-01

Cave description: 1623/2002-AD-01/2002-AD-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-AD-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-AD-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-AD-02

Cave description: 1623/2002-AD-02/2002-AD-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-AD-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-AD-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-AD-03

Cave description: 1623/2002-AD-03/2002-AD-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-AD-03

caves-1623/2002-ad-03/2002-ad-03  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2002-ad-03/2002-ad-03.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-AD-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2002-ad-03/2002-ad-03

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2002-ad-03 Sat 01 Aug 2015 Elliott Smith Elaine Oliver 49.2 Bergkasehohle 2015#55

Surveys for Klippenhöhle - id:1623-2002-AD-04

Cave description: 1623/2002-AD-04/2002-AD-04.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-AD-04

caves-1623/2002-ad-04/2002-ad-04  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2002-ad-04/2002-ad-04.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-AD-04_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2002-ad-04 Sun 12 Aug 2012 Hannah Walker Ian Walker 54.0 Klippenhoehle 2012#12

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-OB-01

Cave description: 1623/2002-OB-01/2002-OB-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-OB-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-OB-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2003-X16

Cave description: 1623/2003-X16/2003-X16.html

Wallets: 1623-2003-X16

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2003-X16_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2005-08

Cave description: 1623/2005-08/2005-08.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-08

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-08_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for (Hanger Pot) - id:1623-2005-98

Cave description: 1623/2005-98/2005-98.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-98

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-98_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2006-71

Cave description: 1623/2006-71/2006-71.html

Wallets: 1623-2006-71

caves-1623/2006-71/2006-71  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2006-71/2006-71.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2006-71_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2006-71 Thu 27 Jul 2006 Olly Jenny 13.8 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2006#16

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-07

Cave description: 1623/2002-07/2002-07.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-07

caves-1623/2002-07/2002-07  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2002-07/2002-07.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-07_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2002-07 Thu 22 Aug 2002 Frank Tully Ben Shaw 41.8 Ampitheatre 2002#23

Surveys for - id:1623-2002-08

Cave description: 1623/2002-08/2002-08.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-08

caves-1623/2002-08/2002-08   caves-1623/quarriesd/quarriesd  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2002-08/2002-08.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-08_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2002-08 Thu 22 Aug 2002 Frank Tully Ben Shaw 21.3 Capping Required 2002#23
Ben Shaw Frank Tully 0.0 (Capping Required)

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quarriesd Thu 22 Aug 2002 Frank Tully Ben Shaw 15.2 Quarriesd - is this 2002-08? 2002#23
Ben Shaw Frank Tully 0.0 (Quarriesd - is this 2002-08?)

Surveys for Cairn Cave - id:1623-2006-70

Cave description: 1623/2006-70/2006-70.html

Wallets: 1623-2006-70

caves-1623/2006-70/2006-70  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2006-70/2006-70.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2006-70_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2006-70 Sun 15 Jul 2007 Olly Jenny 16.3 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2007#01

Surveys for CUCC 1976/B1 - id:1623-B1

Cave description: 1623/B1/B1.html

Wallets: 1623-B1

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-B1_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-1996-X01

Cave description: 1623/1996-X01/1996-X01.html

Wallets: 1623-1996-X01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1996-X01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2001-02

Cave description: 1623/2001-02/2001-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2001-02

caves-1623/2001-02/2001-02  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2001-02/2001-02.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2001-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2001-02 Tue 05 Jul 2016 Roshni Gohil Frank Tully 14.7 2016#26

Surveys for Igelhöhle - id:1623-2002-03

Cave description: 1623/2002-03/2002-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2002-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2002-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2003-X11

Cave description: 1623/2003-X11/2003-X11.html

Wallets: 1623-2003-X11

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2003-X11_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Knochenloch - id:1623-2003-X14

Cave description: 1623/2003-X14/2003-X14.html

Wallets: 1623-2003-X14

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2003-X14_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Doktorarbeitloch - id:1623-2004-14

Cave description: 1623/2004-14/2004-14.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-14

caves-1623/2004-14/2004-14  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2004-14/2004-14.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-14_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2004-14 Sun 01 Aug 2004 Olly Madge Mark Shinwell Stuart Bennett 23.2 2004-14 2004#41

Surveys for Ohne Mantel Höhle - id:1623-2005-99

Cave description: 1623/2005-99/2005-99.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-99

caves-1623/2005-99/2005-99  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2005-99/2005-99.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-99_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2005-99 Mon 01 Aug 2005 Jenny Black Olly Betts 16.1 No Coat Cave 2005#30

Surveys for Bogenhöhle - id:1623-2006-06

Cave description: 1623/2006-06/2006-06.html

Wallets: 1623-2006-06

caves-1623/2006-06/2006-06  

If you can see a filename here: [ surface/1623/bogen.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2006-06_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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main Mon 08 Aug 2022 Rachel Turnbull Wookey Tobias Turner 36.6 BogenHoehle 2022#55
Rachel Turnbull Tobias Turner Wookey 0.0 (BogenHoehle) 2022#55

Surveys for Mystery Plus Cave - id:1623-2006-72

Cave description: 1623/2006-72/2006-72.html

Wallets: 1623-2006-72

caves-1623/2006-72/2006-72  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2006-72/2006-72.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2006-72_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

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2006-72 0.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))
pt1 Sun 30 Jul 2006 Jenny Olly 6.6 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))) 2006#15
pt2 Thu 26 Jul 2007 Jenny Olly 7.2 ((Bräuninghöhle (1623/82))) 2007#34

Surveys for LUSS/LA27 - id:1623-LA27

Cave description: 1623/LA27/LA27.html

Wallets: 1623-LA27

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-LA27_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2003-X13

Cave description: 1623/2003-X13/2003-X13.html

Wallets: 1623-2003-X13

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2003-X13_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2007-01

Cave description: 1623/2007-01/2007-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2007-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2007-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2023-JS-02

Cave description: 1623/2023-JS-02/2023-JS-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2023-JS-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2023-JS-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2001-03

Cave description: 1623/2001-03/2001-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2001-03

caves-1623/2001-03/2001-03  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2001-03/2001-03.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2001-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2001-03/2001-03

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2001-03 Tue 05 Jul 2016 Roshni Gohil Frank Tully 12.4 2016#26

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-HW-01

Cave description: 1623/2012-HW-01/2012-HW-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-HW-01

caves-1623/2012-hw-01/2012-hw-01  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-hw-01/2012-hw-01.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-HW-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2012-hw-01/2012-hw-01

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2012-hw-01 Sun 12 Aug 2012 Hannah Walker Ian Walker 8.2 Pfuetzenschacht 2012#11

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-HW-02

Cave description: 1623/2012-HW-02/2012-HW-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-HW-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-HW-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2012-dd-01

Cave description: 1623/2012-dd-01/2012-dd-01.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-dd-01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-dd-01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Lungehöhle - id:1626-LA11

Cave description: 1626/LA11/LA11.html

Wallets: 1626-LA11

caves-1626/LA11/LA11  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/LA11/LA11.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-LA11_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1626/LA11/LA11

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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la11 Fri 01 Jan 1988 549.6 (Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07)

Surveys for LUSS/LA26 - id:1623-LA26

Cave description: 1623/LA26/LA26.html

Wallets: 1623-LA26

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-LA26_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Bergspitze Schacht - id:1623-2012-ns-09

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-09/2012-ns-09.html

Wallets: 1623-2012-ns-09

caves-1623/2012-ns-09/2012-ns-09  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-ns-09/2012-ns-09.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2012-ns-09_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1623/2012-ns-09/2012-ns-09

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
/survexfile/caves-1623/2012-ns-09/2012-ns-09.svx
2012-ns-09 Wed 15 Aug 2012 Ian Walker Noel Snape 57.0 (Bräuninghöhle (1623/82)) 2012#40

Surveys for Rätselhöhle - id:1626-LA34

Cave description: 1626/LA34/LA34.html

Wallets: 1626-LA34

caves-1626/LA34/LA34  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/LA34/LA34.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-LA34_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1626/LA34/LA34

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
/survexfile/caves-1626/LA34/LA34.svx
la34 Sun 01 Jan 1989 0.0 (Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07)

Surveys for Sternloch - id:1626-LA12

Cave description: 1626/LA12/LA12.html

Wallets: 1626-LA12

caves-1626/LA12/LA12  

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1626/LA12/LA12.svx  ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1626-LA12_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

caves-1626/LA12/LA12

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
/survexfile/caves-1626/LA12/LA12.svx
la12 Fri 01 Jan 1988 0.0 (Homecoming Hole - 1626/359 - was 2018-dm-07)

Surveys for Hoffnungschacht - id:1623-2001-07

Cave description: 1623/2001-07/2001-07.html

Wallets: 1623-2001-07

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2001-07_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for Unnotiggewohnlichkeitschacht - id:1623-2001-12

Cave description: 1623/2001-12/2001-12.html

Wallets: 1623-2001-12

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2001-12_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2004-02

Cave description: 1623/2004-02/2004-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2004-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2004-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2003-07

Cave description: 1623/2003-07/2003-07.html

Wallets: 1623-2003-07

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2003-07_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2005-02

Cave description: 1623/2005-02/2005-02.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-02

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-02_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for - id:1623-2005-03

Cave description: 1623/2005-03/2005-03.html

Wallets: 1623-2005-03

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-2005-03_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

Surveys for unknown98 - id:1623-1998-X01

Cave description: 1623/1998-X01/1998-X01.html

Wallets: 1623-1998-X01

If you were expecting to see a list of survex files here and a summary table of who did what and when, perhaps because you followed a link from the master caves' survex list page which showed that such survex files clearly existed, and yet there is nothing here but a blank; then this will be because
[a] - this cave has no survex survey files at all, or
[b] - you have run a 'caves' parsing import after running a 'survex' import and the survex data has been blanked out, or
[c] - the survex (.svx) files have been stored on the server in the :loser: repository but whoever was responsible has not yet created the appropriate entries in the XML file in the :expoweb: repository AND no one has put the name of the cave in the expoweb/cave_data/pendingcaves.txt list. It is the XML file which registers the cave description and ties together the survex files with everything else.

The process for registering a new cave is documented in this part of the survey handbook.

If you can see a filename here: [   ] which does not match any in the list below including the directories beginning with caves-162X/ not just the filename, then (if logged on) you can click here 1623-1998-X01_cave_edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.