Surveys for Maybe195 - identifier:1623-1989-01

Cave description: 1989-01.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1989-01/edit 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 - identifier:1623-1990-15

Cave description: 1990-15.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1990-15/edit 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 - identifier:1623-1999-MS-01

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1999-MS-01/edit 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 - identifier:1623-1999-MS-02

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1999-MS-02/edit 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 - identifier:1623-1999-OB-01

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1999-OB-01/edit 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 - identifier:1623-1999-OB-02

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

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/99ob02 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-1999-OB-02/edit 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-1623/99ob02

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99ob02 Fri 04 Aug 2006 Jenny Olly Jenny Jenny 10.3 ((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626))

Surveys for - identifier:1623-1999-X01

Cave description: 1623/1999-X01.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1999-X01/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2005-91

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2005-91/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2006-73

Cave description: 1623/2006-73.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2006-73 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2006-73/edit 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-1623/2006-73

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

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2007-01

Cave description: 1623/2007-01/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2007-01/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2007-02

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2007-02/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2007-04

Cave description: 1623/2007-04

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2007-04 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2007-04/edit 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-1623/2007-04

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

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2007-05

Cave description: 1623/2007-05

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2007-05 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2007-05/edit 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-1623/2007-05

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2007-05 Wed 01 Aug 2007 Andrew Atkinson Becka Lawson 31.0 ((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626))

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2007-07

Cave description: 1623/2007-07

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2007-07 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2007-07/edit 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

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2007-07 Wed 01 Aug 2007 Andrew Atkinson Becka Lawson 10.0 ((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626)) 2007#41

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2007-12

Cave description: 1623/2007-12

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2007-12 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2007-12/edit 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-1623/2007-12

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2007-12 Wed 01 Aug 2007 Jon Telling Morven Beranek 12.2 ((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626))

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

Cave description: 1623/2007-70.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2007-70 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2007-70/edit 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-1623/2007-70

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2007-70 Fri 13 Jul 2007 Olly Jenny Olly Olly 15.0 ((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626))

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

Cave description: 1623/2007-72.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2007-72 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2007-72/edit 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-1623/2007-72

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2007-72 Wed 18 Jul 2007 Jenny Olly Olly Jenny 24.3 ((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626))

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2009-01

Cave description: 1623/2009-01

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2009-01 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2009-01/edit 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

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

Surveys for 2009-03 - identifier:1623-2009-03

Cave description: 1623/2009-03

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2009-03 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2009-03/edit 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-1623/2009-03

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

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2010-06

Cave description: 1623/2010-06

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2010-06 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2010-06/edit 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

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2010-06 Mon 09 Aug 2010 Frank Tully Frank Tully 10.6 Dunkle Zone Schacht

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2010-07

Cave description: 1623/2010-07

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2010-07 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2010-07/edit 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

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2010-07 Fri 13 Aug 2010 Frank Tully Frank Tully 45.7 Brunnen G Schacht

Surveys for 2012-dd-01 - identifier:1623-2012-dd-01

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2012-dd-01/edit 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 Unnamed - identifier:1623-2012-dd-02

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2012-dd-02/edit 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 Unnamed - identifier:1623-2012-dd-03

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2012-dd-03/edit 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 Unnamed - identifier:1623-2012-dd-04

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2012-dd-04/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2012-dd-06

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2012-dd-06/edit 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 Unnamed - identifier:1623-2012-dd-07

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2012-dd-07/edit 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 Unnamed - identifier:1623-2012-dd-09

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2012-dd-09/edit 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 Unnamed - identifier:1623-2012-dd-10

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2012-dd-10/edit 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 Unnamed - identifier:1623-2012-dd-11

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2012-dd-11/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2012-js-1

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

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2012-js-1 in the database. See the table below.

If you can see a filename here: [ caves-1623/2012-js-1/2012-js-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 /cave/1623-2012-js-1/edit 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-1

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2012-js-1 Sat 11 Aug 2012 Jess Stirrups Frank Tully 45.4 Fruhlingsmiereschact 2012#13

Surveys for Slime Cave - identifier:1623-2012-ns-03

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

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2012-ns-03 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2012-ns-03/edit 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

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2012-ns-03 Mon 20 Aug 2012 Julian Todd Noel Snape 36.2 ((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626))

Surveys for Bergspitze Schacht - identifier:1623-2012-ns-09

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-09

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2012-ns-09 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2012-ns-09/edit 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

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 ((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626))

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

Cave description: 1623/2012-ns-10

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2012-ns-10 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2012-ns-10/edit 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

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
/survexfile/caves-1623/2012-ns-10/2012-ns-10.svx
2012-ns-10 Thu 16 Aug 2012 Hannah Walker Noel Snape 26.1 ((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626))

Surveys for Unnamed - identifier:1623-2012-OK-01

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2012-OK-01/edit 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 Unnamed - identifier:1623-2012-OK-02

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2012-OK-02/edit 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 Unnamed - identifier:1623-2012-OK-03

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2012-OK-03/edit 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 Unnamed - identifier:1623-2013-sw-01

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2013-sw-01/edit 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 Hoehle - identifier:1623-2015-dl-01

Cave description: 1623/2015-dl-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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2015-dl-01/edit 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 2016-01 - identifier:1623-2016-01

Cave description: 1623/2016-01.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2016-01/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2018-aa-01

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

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2018-aa-01 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2018-aa-01/edit 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

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

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

Cave description: 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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2018-ad-01/edit 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 - identifier:1623-88F

Cave description: 1623/88f.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-88F/edit 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 - identifier:1623-88H

Cave description: 1623/88h.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-88H/edit 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 - identifier:1623-BS1-15

Cave description: bs1-15.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-BS1-15/edit 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 - identifier:1623-BS16

Cave description: 1623/bs16.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-BS16/edit 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 - identifier:1623-BS18

Cave description: bs18.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-BS18/edit 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 - identifier:1623-BS19

Cave description: 1623/bs19.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-BS19/edit 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 - identifier:1623-BS20-nn?

Cave description: bs20-nn.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-BS20-nn?/edit 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 Chossy Death Slope Hoehle - identifier:1623-CUCC2015DL02

Cave description: 1623/CUCC2015DL02

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-CUCC2015DL02/edit 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 - identifier:1623-haldenloch

Cave description: 1623/haldenloch

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/haldenloch in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-haldenloch/edit 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

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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haldenloch Thu 11 Sep 2008 0.0 (Fisch Gesicht Hoehle)
eingang 58.6 ((Fisch Gesicht Hoehle))
tunnel 128.5 ((Fisch Gesicht Hoehle))

Surveys for - identifier:1623-HFG-KA88

Cave description: 1623/hfg-ka88/hfg-ka88.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-HFG-KA88/edit 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 Erbärmlichbaumhöhle - identifier:1623-2001-06

Cave description: 1623/2001-06/2001-06.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2001-06/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2001-09

Cave description: 1623/2001-09/2001-09.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2001-09/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2002-10

Cave description: 1623/2002-10.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2002-10/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2002-X09

Cave description: 1623/2002-X09.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2002-X09/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2002-X09B

Cave description: 1623/2002-X09B.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2002-X09B/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2002-X15

Cave description: 1623/2002-X15.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2002-X15/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2002-X16

Cave description: 1623/2002-X16.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2002-X16/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2002-X17

Cave description: 1623/2002-X17.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2002-X17/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2002-X18

Cave description: 1623/2002-X18.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2002-X18/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2004-04

Cave description: 1623/2004-04/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2004-04/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2004-05

Cave description: 1623/2004-05/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2004-05/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2004-06

Cave description: 1623/2004-06/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2004-06/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2004-09

Cave description: 1623/2004-09/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2004-09/edit 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 noname - identifier:1623-2004-10

Cave description: 1623/2004-10/index.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2004-10 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2004-10/edit 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-1623/2004-10

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2004-10 Sun 11 Aug 2013 Matt Watson Alex Crow 51.1 2004-10 2013#18

Surveys for Schneeoberlichtschacht - identifier:1623-2001-08

Cave description: 1623/2001-08/2001-08.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2001-08/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2001-10

Cave description: 1623/2001-10.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2001-10/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2001-11

Cave description: 1623/2001-11.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2001-11/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2004-07

Cave description: 1623/2004-07/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2004-07/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2004-08

Cave description: 1623/2004-08/index.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2004-08 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2004-08/edit 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-1623/2004-08

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2004-08 Thu 27 Jul 2006 Olly Olly Olly Olly 79.0 ((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626)) 2006#16

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2006-03

Cave description: 1623/2006-03/2006-03.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2006-03/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2004-13

Cave description: 1623/2004-13/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2004-13/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2004-16

Cave description: 1623/2004-16/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2004-16/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2004-17

Cave description: 1623/2004-17/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2004-17/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2004-18

Cave description: 1623/2004-18/index.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2004-18 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2004-18/edit 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

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2004-18 Thu 09 Aug 2018 Paul Fox Natalie Uomini 39.9 Eiskeller

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2006-01

Cave description: 1623/2006-01/2006-01.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2006-01/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2006-05

Cave description: 1623/2006-05.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2006-05/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2006-07

Cave description: 1623/2006-07.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2006-07/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2006-02

Cave description: 1623/2006-02/2006-02.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2006-02/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2000-02

Cave description: 1623/2000-02.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2000-02/edit 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 - identifier:1623-LA40

Cave description: 1623/la40.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-LA40/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2004-21

Cave description: 1623/2004-21/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2004-21/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2000-08

Cave description: 1623/2000-08/2000-08.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2000-08/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2002-06

Cave description: 1623/2002-06/2002-06.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2002-06 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2002-06/edit 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

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
/survexfile/caves-1623/2002-06/2002-06.svx
2002-06 Fri 28 Jul 2006 Matt Bent Phil Underpants 5.6 Custard

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2002-W-01

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2002-W-01/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2002-W-02

Cave description: 1623/2002-W-02.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2002-w-02 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2002-W-02/edit 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

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2002-w-02 Mon 05 Aug 2002 Olly Betts Wookey 28.1 2002-W-02 2002#06

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2002-XX

Cave description: 1623/2002-XX/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2002-XX/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2003-X15

Cave description: 1623/2003-X15/2003-X15.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2003-X15/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2003-X18

Cave description: 1623/2003-X18.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2003-X18/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2005-92

Cave description: 1623/2005-92/2005-92.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2005-92 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2005-92/edit 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

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2005-92 Tue 26 Jul 2005 Jenny Black Olly Betts 20.4 2005-92 2005#05

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2005-93

Cave description: 1623/2005-93/2005-93.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2005-93 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2005-93/edit 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

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2005-93 Tue 26 Jul 2005 Jenny Black Olly Betts 10.0 2005-93 2005#05

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2005-94

Cave description: 1623/2005-94/2005-94.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2005-94 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2005-94/edit 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

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2005-94 Tue 26 Jul 2005 Jenny Black Olly Betts 8.7 2005-94 2005#05

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2005-95

Cave description: 1623/2005-95.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2005-95 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2005-95/edit 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

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2005-95 Tue 26 Jul 2005 Jenny Black Olly Betts 19.3 2005-95 2005#05

Surveys for Schlotschacht - identifier:1623-2005-96

Cave description: 1623/2005-96/2005-96.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2005-96 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2005-96/edit 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

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2005-96 Tue 26 Jul 2005 Jenny Black Olly Betts 9.1 2005-96 2005#05

Surveys for Genutetschacht - identifier:1623-2005-97

Cave description: 1623/2005-97/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2005-97/edit 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 - identifier:1623-A1

Cave description: 1623/a1.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-A1/edit 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 - identifier:1623-B10

Cave description: 1623/b10.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-B10/edit 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 - identifier:1623-B2

Cave description: 1623/b2.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-B2/edit 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 - identifier:1623-B3

Cave description: 1623/b3.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-B3/edit 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 - identifier:1623-B4

Cave description: 1623/b4.htm

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/B4 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-B4/edit 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

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b4 Wed 09 Aug 2006 Jenny Black Olly Betts 17.5 B4

Surveys for CUCC 1976/B5 - identifier:1623-B5

Cave description: 1623/b5.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-B5/edit 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 - identifier:1623-B6

Cave description: 1623/b6.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-B6/edit 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 - identifier:1623-LA35

Cave description: 1623/la35.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-LA35/edit 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 - identifier:1623-LA37

Cave description: 1623/la37.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-LA37/edit 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 - identifier:1623-LA38

Cave description: 1623/la38.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-LA38/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2005-01

Cave description: 1623/2005-01.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2005-01 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2005-01/edit 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

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2005-01 Wed 27 Jul 2005 Mark Shinwell Emma Wilson Mark Shinwell 60.3 2005-01

Surveys for - identifier:1623-1992-X01

Cave description: 1623/1992-X01.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1992-X01/edit 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 - identifier:1623-1996-01

Cave description: 1623/1996_01.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1996-01/edit 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 - identifier:1623-1996-05

Cave description: 1623/1996_05.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1996-05/edit 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 - identifier:1623-1996WK12

Cave description: 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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1996WK12/edit 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 - identifier:1623-1996WK4

Cave description: 1623/1996-WK4/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1996WK4/edit 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 - identifier:1623-1997-07

Cave description: 1623/1997-07/1997-07.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1997-07/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2003-X12

Cave description: 1623/2003-X12.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2003-X12/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2003-X17

Cave description: 1623/2003-X17.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2003-X17/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2005-06

Cave description: 1623/2005-06/2005-06.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2005-06/edit 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 - identifier:1623-LA30

Cave description: 1623/la30.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-LA30/edit 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 Unamed - identifier:1623-2002-AD-01

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2002-AD-01/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2002-AD-02

Cave description: 1623/2002-AD-02.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2002-AD-02/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2002-AD-03

Cave description: 1623/2002-AD-03.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2002-ad-03 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2002-AD-03/edit 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

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2002-ad-03 Sat 01 Aug 2015 Elliott Smith Elaine Oliver Elaine Oliver Elliott Smith 49.2 Bergkasehohle 2015#55

Surveys for Klippenhöhle - identifier:1623-2002-AD-04

Cave description: 1623/2002-AD-04//2002-AD-04.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2002-ad-04 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2002-AD-04/edit 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-04

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
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2002-ad-04 Sun 12 Aug 2012 Hannah Walker Ian Walker 54.0 Klippenhoehle

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2002-OB-01

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

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2002-OB-01/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2003-X16

Cave description: 1623/2003-X16.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2003-X16/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2005-08

Cave description: 1623/2005-08/2005-08.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2005-08/edit 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) - identifier:1623-2005-98

Cave description: 1623/2005-98/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2005-98/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2006-71

Cave description: 1623/2006-71/index.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2006-71 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2006-71/edit 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-1623/2006-71

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2006-71 Thu 27 Jul 2006 Olly Jenny Olly Olly 13.8 ((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626))

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2002-07

Cave description: 1623/2002-07/2002-07.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2002-07 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2002-07/edit 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-1623/2002-07

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2002-07 Thu 22 Aug 2002 Frank Tully Ben Shaw 41.8 Amplitheatre 2002#23

Surveys for - identifier:1623-2002-08

Cave description: 1623/2002-08/2002-08.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2002-08 in the database. See the table below. This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/quarriesd in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2002-08/edit 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-1623/2002-08

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2002-08 Thu 22 Aug 2002 Frank Tully Ben Shaw 21.3 Capping Required 2002#23
0.0 (Capping Required)

caves-1623/quarriesd

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quarriesd Thu 22 Aug 2002 Frank Tully Ben Shaw 15.2 Quarriesd 2002#23
0.0 (Quarriesd)

Surveys for Cairn Cave - identifier:1623-2006-70

Cave description: 1623/2006-70/2006-70.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2006-70 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2006-70/edit 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-1623/2006-70

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2006-70 Sun 15 Jul 2007 Olly Jenny Olly Olly 16.3 ((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626))

Surveys for CUCC 1976/B1 - identifier:1623-B1

Cave description: 1623/b1.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-B1/edit 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 - identifier:1623-1996-X01

Cave description: 1623/1996-X01/1996-X01.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1996-X01/edit 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 unnamed - identifier:1623-2001-02

Cave description: 1623/2001-02.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2001-02 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2001-02/edit 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-1623/2001-02

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2001-02 Tue 05 Jul 2016 Roshni Gohil Frank Tully Frank Tully 14.7 2016#26

Surveys for Igelhöhle - identifier:1623-2002-03

Cave description: 1623/2002-03.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2002-03/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2003-X11

Cave description: 1623/2003-X11.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2003-X11/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2003-X14

Cave description: 1623/2003-X14/2003-X14.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2003-X14/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2004-14

Cave description: 1623/2004-14/index.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2004-14 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2004-14/edit 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-1623/2004-14

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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 - identifier:1623-2005-99

Cave description: 1623/2005-99/index.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2005-99 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2005-99/edit 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-1623/2005-99

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2005-99 Mon 01 Aug 2005 Jenny Black Olly Betts 16.1 No Coat Cave

Surveys for Bogenhöhle - identifier:1623-2006-06

Cave description: 1623/2006-06/2006-06.html

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 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. 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: [ 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 /cave/1623-2006-06/edit 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 Mystery Plus Cave - identifier:1623-2006-72

Cave description: 1623/2006-72/index.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2006-72 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2006-72/edit 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-1623/2006-72

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2006-72 0.0 ((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626))
pt1 Sun 30 Jul 2006 Jenny Olly Olly Jenny 6.6 (((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626)))
pt2 Thu 26 Jul 2007 Jenny Olly Jenny 7.2 (((Caves in Kataster areas 1623 and 1626)))

Surveys for LUSS/LA27 - identifier:1623-LA27

Cave description: 1623/la27.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-LA27/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2003-X13

Cave description: 1623/2003-X13.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2003-X13/edit 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 Unnamed - identifier:1623-2001-03

Cave description: 1623/2001-03.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2001-03 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2001-03/edit 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

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2001-03 Tue 05 Jul 2016 Roshni Gohil Frank Tully Frank Tully 12.4 2016#26

Surveys for Unamed - identifier:1623-2012-HW-01

Cave description: 1623/2012-HW-01/index.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: caves-1623/2012-hw-01 in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2012-HW-01/edit 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

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2012-hw-01 Sun 12 Aug 2012 Hannah Walker Ian Walker 8.2 Pfuetzenschacht

Surveys for Unamed - identifier:1623-2012-HW-02

Cave description: 1623/2012-HW-02/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2012-HW-02/edit 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 - identifier:1626-LA11

Cave description: 1626/la11.htm

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 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. 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-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 /cave/1626-LA11/edit 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/LA25 - identifier:1623-LA25

Cave description: 1623/la25.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-LA25/edit 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/LA26 - identifier:1623-LA26

Cave description: 1623/la26.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-LA26/edit 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 Rätselhöhle - identifier:1623-LA34

Cave description: 1626/la34.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-LA34/edit 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 Sternloch - identifier:1626-LA12

Cave description: 1626/la12.htm

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 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. 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 /cave/1626-LA12/edit 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 Hoffnungschacht - identifier:1623-2001-07

Cave description: 1623/2001-07/2001-07.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2001-07/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2001-12

Cave description: 1623/2001-12.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2001-12/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2004-02

Cave description: 1623/2004-02/index.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2004-02/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2003-07

Cave description: 1623/2003-07/2003-07.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2003-07/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2005-02

Cave description: 1623/2005-02.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-2005-02/edit 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 - identifier:1623-2005-03

Cave description: 1623/2005-03.html

This cave has a linked survexdirectory: /home/expo/loser/ in the database. See the table below.

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 /cave/1623-2005-03/edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.

/home/expo/loser/

Survex fileBlockDateExplorerslengthTitlesScans
/survexfile/1623.svx
rootblock Sun 15 Jul 2018 0.0 West of Loser
/survexfile/1623.svx
/survexfile/fishface2.svx
/survexfile/fishface1.svx
/survexfile/links-smk-south.svx
/survexfile/links-smk-north.svx
/survexfile/folly.svx
/survexfile/ftoloopy.svx
/survexfile/morlinks.svx
/survexfile/morloops.svx
/survexfile/pretty.svx
/survexfile/terrafirma2.svx
/survexfile/straightchoice.svx
/survexfile/sovein.svx
/survexfile/magicglue.svx
/survexfile/chamber90b.svx
/survexfile/imfunckintired.svx
/survexfile/bunttoP0.svx
/survexfile/senioren.svx
/survexfile/hagel.svx
/survexfile/258to264.svx
/survexfile/butterfly_to_fish.svx

Surveys for unknown98 - identifier:1623-1998-X01

Cave description: 1623/1998-X01.html

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 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. 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 /cave/1623-1998-X01/edit to go to a form to correct the online data. Instructions for filling in this form are in this part of the survey handbook.