First Circular of Speleo Forum 2020, Tashkent, 21-24.08.2020

O’ZBEKISTON RESPUBLIKASI TURIZMNI RIVOJLANTIRISH DAVLAT QO’MITASI THE STATE COMMITTEE OF THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN FOR TOURISM DEVELOPMENT Foundation for the Preservation and Exploration of Caves Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan                            FIRST CIRCULAR International Speleological Forum Dedicated to the 50th Anniversary of Speleological Research in Central Asia Tashkent, Uzbekistan, August 21-24, 2020  Welcome to the Central Asian Speleological Forum! In the early 70s of the 20th century, the countries of Central Asia began purposeful speleological research. Continue Reading

International Central Asian Speleological Forum, August 21 – 24 – 2020, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

In the early of the seventies, in countries of Central Asia, the speleology started advancing. Vast karst areas and caves were purposefully studied, from borders of western China in the east to chinks of the Caspian Sea in the west and from mountains of Altay in the north to the Pamir’s ridges and the Amudarya river in the south. Within 50 years, more than a thousand caves have been discovered and explored in Central Asia. Some of them still top the ratings of the most interesting and unique cave systems Continue Reading

International Central Asian Speleological Forum – 2020, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

In the early of the seventies, in countries of Central Asia, the speleology started advancing. Vast karst areas and caves were purposefully studied, from borders of western China in the east to shreds of the Caspian Sea in the west and from mountains of Altay in the north to the Pamir’s ridges and the Amudarya river in the south. Within 50 years, more than a thousand caves have been discovered and explored in Central Asia. Some of them still top the ratings of the most interesting and unique cave systems Continue Reading

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