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PUBLISHED WORK

See below for a comprehensive list of publications associated with the Cave Science Centre since its conception in 2017-18.

Irwin, R. (2023) Poole's Cavern and its contribution to understanding the impact of climate change on limestone caves. The Buxtonian, 1 (1). 

Natalie McLean (2022): The impacts of tourism on Poole's Cavern, Buxton. Undergraduate Thesis, University of Northumbria.

Shen, J., Smith, A.C., Barnett, M. J., Morgan, A, Wynn, P. M., 2022. Distinct Microbial Communities in the Soils, Waters, and Speleothems of a Hyperalkaline Cave System. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences, 127 (9), e2022JG006866.

Paula Garbin (2022): Investigation of microclimatic change in Poole's Cavern following the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown. Undergraduate Thesis, Lancaster University.

Rowberry, M., Gunn, J., 2022. Atmospheric pressure anomalies at the British Cave Science Centre triggered by catastrophic volcanic eruption in Tonga on 15 January 2022. Cave and Karst Science, 49 (1), 14-18.

Simon Morris (2021): Exploring cave air temperature and ventilation regimes at Poole's Cavern, Buxton.  MSci Thesis, Lancaster University.

Gunn, J., Rowberry, M., Smith, A.C.,  2021. Exploring the impact of tourists on cave air temperatures: a Covid-19 case study from Poole's Cavern, Derbyshire, UK. Cave & Karst Science, 48(3), 121-128.

Alistair Morgan (2021): Phosphorous in caves: Phosphate-oxygen isotopes as a novel speleothem palaeothermometer.  Masters by Research Thesis, Lancaster University.

Rowberry, M., Frontera, C., Baron, I., Kucera, J., Krivánek, L., Martí, X., 2020. A novel positioning system for three dimensional fracture displacement monitoring in the British Cave Science Centre, Poole's Cavern, Buxton, Derbyshire. Cave & Karst Science, 47, 146-152.

Sarah Beswick (2020): Investigating the use of the DGT technique in analysing trace metal concentrations of the drip water in Poole's Cavern, Buxton, England.  Undergraduate Thesis, Lancaster University.

Georgina Shaw (2020): Investigation of trace elements and partition coefficients in cave drip waters: Poole's Cavern, Derbyshire, UK.  Undergraduate Thesis, Lancaster University.

Georgina Wilmot (2020): The microclimatic effects of tourists on cave microclimate and calcite precipitation: Cave monitoring in Poole's Cavern, Derbyshire. Undergraduate Thesis, Lancaster University.

Benedict Wynn (2020): A comparison of different carbon dioxide meters to assess their suitability for long-term, high-resolution monitoring in caves. Undergraduate Thesis, University of Durham.

Blewett, P, 2019. The Tinytag Connect System and its application in the British Cave Monitoring Centre. CREG Journal, Vol. 108, 17–20.

Scott (formerly P.) Ambler (2018): The microclimatic factors influencing calcite precipitation from hyperalkaline drip waters: Cave monitoring in Poole's Cavern, Derbyshire, UK. Masters Thesis, Lancaster University.

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