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Knižnica: Spravodaj SSS 2009 2
Názov:      Spravodaj SSS 2009 2
Categories:      Spravodaj
BookID:      Spravodaj SSS 2/2009
ISBN-10(13):      2/2009
Dátum publikovania:      2009
Počet strán:      68
Jazyk:      Not specified
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Obrázok:      cover
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Redakčná rada: Pavel Bella, Zdenko Hochmuth, Peter Holúbek, Ján Kasák, Bohuslav Kortman, Jaroslav Stankovič, Branislav Šmída, Ján Tulis
Redakčné spracovanie: Bohuslav Kortman
Výkonný redaktor a grafická úprava: Ján Kasák
Adresa redakcie: Slovenská speleologická spoločnosť, Hodžova 11, 031 01 Liptovský Mikuláš
1. strana obálky: Lezenie v Dóme titanov v Štefanovej jaskyni. Foto: Ján Dzúr

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Adresár Slovenskej speleologickej spoločnosti na rok 2009
Oľga Miháľová: Skončil sa Speleomíting vo Svite
Ján Tulis: Prvý speleomíting Slovenskej speleologickej spoločnosti
Ľuboš Holík: Jaskyňa Štefanová druhá najväčšia v Demänovskej doline
Eduard Piovarči: Nový prelomový objav v Malej Fatre – jaskyňa Ľudmila v Šútovskom lome
Igor Balciar: Jaskyne na Burde v Revúckej vrchovine
Lukáš Vlček, Vladislav Mikula, Peter Gažík,Pavol Staník: Pár slov o vzniku novej mapy Brestovskej jaskyne v Západných Tatrách
Bohuslav Kortman: Jaskynný kostol
Zoltán Jerg: Správa o náleze mŕtvoly v Číkovej diere
Peter Holúbek: Výprava Ural, Kungur 2009
Branislav Šmída: Obrovská jaskyňa Cueva Muchimuk vo Venezuele – ako bola objavená a preskúmaná
Aktuality
Literatúra
Jubilanti, spomienka
Summary


Summary

Bulletin of the Slovak Speleological Society 2/2009 begins with updated directory of SSS and information of O. Miháľová on this year’s Speleomeeting in Svit with programme and results. J. Tulis writes about the first year (1973) of this traditional caving event with international participation in Slovakia. Ľ. Holík has an article on one of the biggest home discoveries of Slovak cavers in the Štefanová Cave; connecting this by now almost 7 km long cave with the Demänová cave system would make one of the longest systems in Central Europe. (We can assume that the whole cave complex in the Demänovská Valley can reach the length of more than 50 km.) Contribution of E. Piovarči is about the recent discovery of Ľudmila Cave in the Low Fatra Mts. and I. Balciar informs about the results of practical speleological survey in Burda in the Revúcka Highland. Authors of following contribution summarize the results of mapping and photo-documentation of the most known cave in Orava region – the Brestovská Cave, which might become the next show cave in Slovakia. B. Kortman writes about uncommon usage of the Mojtínska Cave in the Strážovské Hills for sacral purposes in the 19th century. A corpse found in the Číkova diera Abyss in the Slovak Karst and circumstances around are reported by its founder – caver Z. Jerg. Following two articles are about this year’s activities of our cavers abroad: P. Holúbek writes about winter expedition to Russia, Central Ural (Kungur Ice Cave), B. Šmída describes recent experiences of discoverers of a great Cueva Muchimuk cave in the Churí table mountain (more detailed article about successes of international expeditions and Slovak cavers in Venezuela from this year will be published in the next issue of this bulletin). The news include information from Polish bulletin Jaskinie (The Caves), which is mentioned also in the next section, then an information about award for cavers-film makers Chmela brothers and about an event in the Pružinská Dúpna Cave (Strážovské Hills). Following is a review of an interesting book by Zdenko Hochmuth: Karst territories and caves in Slovakia, then of a publication of Petr Nekuda on archaeological research of caves in the Kotouč Hill in Moravia in the Czech Republic and the bulletin ends as usually by social news.

Compiled by Bohuslav Kortman
Translated by Peter Gažík
Vlastník knihy:      MichalDanko