Bulletin Index 1956 – 1974

 

South African Spelaeological Association

Bulletin Index 1956 – 1974

compiled by

S.A. Craven

The Bulletin first appeared in April 1956 and has been published, and numbered, irregularly ever since according to the following list:

Apr. 1956 1. (1) 1961 (1)
July 1956 1. (2) 1961 (2)
Oct. 1956 2. (1) 1962 (1)
Jan. 1957 2. (2) 1962 (2)
Apr. 1957 2. (3) 1964 (1)
July 1957 2. (4) 1965  
  3. (1) 1967  
1958 3. (2) 1968  
1958 3. (3) 1969  
1959 4. (1) 1970  
1959 4. (2) 1971  
1959 4. (3) 1972  
1960 (1) 1973  
1960 (2) 1974  
1960 (3)    

 

Those up to and including 1959 4.(3) were titled “Bulletin of the South African Spelaeological Association Cape Section”. In 1960 (1) the words “Cape Section” were dropped. In 1969, the title was temporarily changed to “Speleo”.

All except the 1969 “Speleo” edition were duplicated on quarto. “Speleo” was printed, and reduced to 21,5 x 14,0 cm. In 1975 the format was changed to A4 size; and the series continues.

The index code consists of two parts – the first indicates the year and issue number if appropriate; and the second indicates the page numbers. Thus “58(3)/4-7 means “1958 issue No. 3, pages 4 – 7 inclusive.

The cross-index is not exhaustive. Therefore readers requiring details of, for example, Harasib Cave should also look under “South West Africa”. No attempt has been made to index items of a trivial or domestic nature.

AUTHOR INDEX

ANONYMOUS  
Rabid Bats Jul.56/9
Review – Chevalier P. ‘Subterranean Climbers’ Oct.56/10
The Safety Factor Oct.56/15
Rabies in Bats 57(2)/1
Review – Folsom F. ‘Exploring American Caves’ 57(2)/9
Review – de Lavour G-.’Caves and Cave Diving’ 57(4)/5-6
Do You Know? 58(1)/8
Facts about Bats 58(1)/13
Review – ‘Cango’ 59(1)/18-19
Review – ‘Cango’ 59(2)/37
This is only a short pitch….. 60(2)/28
The 1969 Congress of the International Union of Spelaeology 69/15-16
Cango Expedition 1969 – CANEX 69/43-45
Operasie Ondergrond 71/7-9
Stalactites are aided by fungus 71/21-22
Cango Valley 72/2-10
Cave Safety 72/10-11
Survey of Cango Caves 73/9
Transvaal – Wolkberg Caves 73/26-53
Cave Survey Techniques 74/25-28
   
ARNOLD H.J.  
Bat banding in South Africa 59(1)/2
Echo-location in Megaderma 59(3)/47-49
   
BARNARD A.  
The Drup Kelder 65/27-29
   
BLACQUIERE J.F.  
Cave Survey by Theodolite 59(2)/29-31
Cave Climbing 61(2)/36-38
The Dronkvlei Caving Area 62(2)/37-4l
Onmeetbare – the Unmeasurable 65/17-19
On Surface Survey Methods in Relation to Caves 67/32-34
Hawusib 68/41
Abraham Botha Grot 68/9-10
The ‘Wondergat’, Richtersfeld 69/23-24
Some Notes on the Geological History of the Caving Area at Cango in the District of Oudtshoorn 71/1-3
The Geological History of the Cango Area 73/6-7
The Age of the Cango Caves 73/10-12
   
BRAIN C.K.  
Snakes for the Spelaeologist? 60(1)/23-26
The Zoological significance of the Limestone Cave Deposits 64(1)/27-29
   
BFEEDT P  
Diving in OnmeEtbare Diepgat 68/14
   
BURMAN C.  
Ghaub – Through the Eyes of a Junior Member 68/14
   
BURNAN D.  
Something New in Caving 61(1)/3-6
West Driefontein 62(1)/3-9
   
BURMAN J.L.  
Wynberg Cave Apr.56/8-9
Obituary – Claude Smith 57(4)/8
Climber’s Cave 58(1)/9-12,16
Review – Kirkup J. ‘The Descent into the Cave’ 58(2)/31
Obituary – Queenie Becker 59(2)/24
Smugglers’ Cave 59(2)/3 2-36
Bat’s Cave 59(3)/43-46
To Cave or not the Cave 60(1)/12-15
Colour Photography in Caves 60(2)/50-52
Leeugat 60(3)70-71
If I can get in, I can get out 61(1)/24-25
Cape Point Cave 62(1)/16-18
Giant’s Workshop 65/3-6
To the Rescue 67/29-31
The Labyrinth of Ghaub 68/10-13
Spelaeoloy in South Africa 70/1-7
The Fellowship of Caving 70/25-28
South West Africa – 1974 74/2-4
   
BURMAN V.  
Nutrition in Caves 60(2)/42-45
Crater Lakes of South West Africa 65/11-14
Camp Catering 68/37-41
   
CLARKE V.  
West Driefontein 62(2)/35-36
   
COLEY F. (q.v. Jongens A. & Coley F.)  
Rama Cave 68/35-36
Its Worse than Pitons 69/35-37
A recent Cave Discovery in the Oudtshoorn District 70/10-14
   
COPLEY R.  
Bat Banding 60(1)/16-18
   
COFLEY R. & SIEG-RIET Q.  
Oudtshoorn Cave Diving Expedition: March 1963 64(1)/21-24
   
COUPER A.G.  
Calcite Crystals found in the Cango Caves, Oudtshoorn, South Africa 73/12-15
   
DODDS D.A.  
The Exploration of the Sinoia Caves 60(1)/3-6
Exploration of Ulster Cave by South African Spelaeological Association 60(3)54-58
   
DU PLESSIS A.  
Review – Brucker J.W. & Lawrence J. ‘The Caves Beyond’ Jul.56/4,8
   
DU PLESSIS D., GREEN A. & HALL L.  
Eastern Transvaal Caving Trip – June 1974 74/15-21
   
ELLIS D.T.  
The Namib 71/15-18
   
EVANS B.  
Ladder Craft 65/7-10
   
FLACK R.  
Electronic Determination of Depth and Ground zero of Caves 69/30-34
   
GLASS R.  
A Caving Experience 60(2)/46-47
Ladders for Caving 61(2)/32-35
   
GOW C.E.  
The Cave Animals of Bredasdorp 62(2)/42-45
Dwarskeur a New Cave in the T.M.S. near  Villiers dorp 62(2)/48-49
Zoological Surprise 64(1)/l8-19
Of Bat Banding 67/20-22
The Cave Animals 68/15-17
Aigamas Cave 68/25-27
A Year in the Transvaal 70/8-9
   
GREEN A. (q.v. du Plessis D., Green A. & Hall L.)  
   
GRINDLEY J.R.  
The Cave Habitat Jul.56/7-8
The Cave Locust – Speliacris Tabulae, Per. Oct.56/8-10
The White Peripatus – Peripatopsis Alba,  Lawrence. 57(3)/4-5
Our Cave Bats 57(4)/3-5
   
HALL L. (q.v. du Plessis D., Green A. & Hall L.)  
   
HARRIS B.  
Ups and Downs 59(3)/51-52
   
HASELAU G.  
Oxygen versus Compressed Air 59(1)/10-13
   
FATH R.  
Fiat Lux. 58(3)/42-43
   
HILL H.  
Use of the Prusik Knot in Caving 59(2)/27-29
   
HOWELL R.G. St.O.  
Recent Discoveries in the Bredasdorp Area 67/13-19
   
JOHNSON T.  
Primitive Culture and the Present Attitude 69/11-12
The Appeal of Rock Paintings 70/15-21
Rock Paintings from an Oudtshoorn Site 73/15-18
   
JOIS A.  
The Limestone Areas of the Cape Province 59(1)3-5
On Abseiling 60(3)/68-70
   
JONGENS A. & COIEY F.  
Breakthrough – a New Type of Cave in Bredasdorp Area 64(1)/7-9
   
KEEN A.S.  
Ronan’s Well Extensions 58(2)/25-30
Tetanus Immunisation 60(2)/29
   
KING L.  
Can Cave Deposits in Different Parts of the World be Correlated? 58(1)/3-7
Geology of the Makapan and Sterkfontein Caves (I) 60(1)/7-11
Geology of the Makapan and Sterkfontein Caves (II) 60(2)/35-38
Geology of the Makapan and Sterkfontein Caves (III) 60(3)/63-67
Presidential Antics 62(2)/31-34
Limestone Caves in South Africa 69/7-9
   
LAND D.  
British Caving 67/26-28
An Approach to Caving 69/27-28
Speleological Reconnaissance Expedition – Iran 1971 71/4-7
Hazard 71/10-12
Cango Stream Passage 73/6-8
   
LAWRENCE R.F.  
Retreat to the Caves 64(1)/l0-l6
   
MACPHERSON A.C.  
The Amazing Peripatus 60(3)/72-73
Bat’s Cave Extension 61(2)/41-42
   
MACPIRSON S.  
The Forerunner Jul.56/3-5
New Caves in the Muizenberg Mountains Jul.56/10-11
The Cavernous Hills of Oudtshoorn 58(3)/45-48
Hydrax Caverns 59(3)/57
The Mystery of the De Hoop Caves 60(1)/19-22
Cango and Neighbouring Valleys revisited 60(2)/30-33
The Glittering Grotto 60(2)/48-50
More Caves of the Coastal Region 60(3)/74-76
The Will to Seek and Find 62(1)/21-22
Far Beyond De Hoop 62(1)/23-24
Visits to some Austrian Caves 64(1)/2-6
Shrimps Galore 65/20-23
Is there Cave Disease at Oudtshoorn 65/26
Shrimps Galore 67/7-9
Cave in the Northern Cape 71/13-15
   
MALAN B.D.  
Archaeology and Caves 58(3)/37-42
   
MANN R.  
Visit to Emerald Lake – Oudtshoorn 1 May 1973 73/22-23
   
MARAIS W.B.  
First Aid and the South African Spelaeological Association 69/37-42
   
MARTINI J.  
Chemical Composition of Spring Water and Evolution of Transvaal Karst 72/11-14
   
MAXWELL C.D.  
Report on Cango Caves Dive 73/21
SWEX 1974 Diving Log 74/4-10
   
MOORE J.C.W.  
Notes on some more caves of Kalk Bay 57(2)/11-12
Caves of the Kalk Bay Mountains 58(2)/21-24, 32-33
Caves of the Kalk Bay Mountains (part II) 59(1)714-18
Caves of the Kalk Ray Mountains (Part III) 59(3)/53-56
   
MURRAY J.E.  
Benign Pulmonary Histoplasmosis (Cave Disease) 57(2)77-8
Cave Disease 58(3)/49-52
   
NYMAN R.J.  
Cave Diving in the Transvaal 61(2)/43-47
   
RIETEROOK C.  
Makwen’s Bat-Hole 67/1-6
   
SCHULTZ M.C.T.  
The Cango Caves then and now 69/17-22
   
SEBA A.  
A Girl’s eye-view of SWEX 68/28-30
   
SHAM T.R.  
An Early account of Cango Caves 61(1)/7-9
More on Cango Caves before 1822 61(2)/39-40
A Lost Cave? 62(1)712-13
   
SIEGRIET Q. q.v. Copley R. & Siegriet Q.  
“Miranda” die Troetel Vliermuis 62(1)/10-11
   
SNITH K.  
A visit to the “Koggelbeengrotte” 64(1)/25-26
South West African Expedition – 1967 68/1-6
Harasib! 68/19-24
Breccia Cave 68/31-32
   
STANIFORTH R.H.A.  
Show sites in the British Isles 60(2)/35-38
   
STUART F.  
West Driefontein 67/23-25
   
STUART G.  
Caves of the Wolkberg 67/35-38
   
SWART C.  
Ballotsbraaigrot 61(1)/12-13
Regverdig die woord speleologie sy doel 61(2)/29-31
Skeletongrot 62(1)/14-15
Die donker sluk on in! 62(1)/19-20
New Caves in the Port Elizabeth Area 62(2)/46-47
   
TERELANCIJE L.  
Kango Wondergrot 73/3-5
   
TRITTON D.  
British Caving 59(1)/5-6
The Peak Cavern Tragedy 59(2)/22-24
   
UNIN M.  
A Cave near Onitsha, Nigeria 61(1)/10-11
Spelaeology 61(1)/18-21
   
VERHUISEL J.B.  
Grobler’s North Cave Survey 74/23-24
   
   

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