Cave surveying is the systematic mapping and recording of cave passage. It generally results in a 2D pictorial outline of a cave system. Surveying is regarded as a key part of documenting the discovery of new cave passage.
BCRA Cave Surveying Group
Covers all aspects of cartography including instruments, techniques, technology, data recording, data archiving, software, drawing up and presentation. Sponsors biannual field meets and projects. Includes contact information.
Cave Survey Data in XML
The proposal and ongoing effort to establish XML based standards for the representation of cave survey data.
Cave Surveying Discussion Group
Post a question or browse the archives.
Cave Surveying Notes
A detailed paper on the treatment and minimising of errors in surveying.
A cave survey and map data format for storing all information about a cave survey or an entire cave map.
The Journal of the BCRA Cave Surveying Group.
Last update:September 11, 2013 at 21:35:24 UTC