This unique project based at Pooles Cavern (Peak District) aims to promote UK cave science by offering an open access cave research facility for the science community. Alongside providing a safe working environment, the cave science centre already has a wide variety of “baseline” climate monitoring, from which high-resolution data is being produced. This data is available to anyone who wishes to use it, promoting the development of high quality science projects backed by years of monitoring data.
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The project is funded jointly by two charities, The British Cave Research Association and the Buxton Civic Association who own and manage Pooles Cavern. These two organisations are committed to supporting the project until 2025 and with their continued support we hope that the centre will be able to support a wide range of cave science projects.