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Biospeleology Scientific Papers

TEXBIB Bibliography of Texas Speleology -  Maintained by The Texas Speleological Survey

The Biota of the Edwards Aquifer and the Implications for Paleozoogeography
Glenn Longley. 1986. Pp. 51-54 in:  
Abbott, P.L. & Woodruff, C.M., Jr., editors. The Balcones Escarpment, Central Texas: Geological Society of America.

The Cave Fauna of Texas with Special Reference to the Western Edwards Plateau.
Reddell, J. R. 1994. Pp. 3150, in:
The Caves and Karst of Texas (W. R. Elliott and G. Veni, eds.).
National Speleological Society, Huntsville, Alabama. 252 pp.

Conservation of the North American Cave and Karst Biota 
William R. Elliott. 2000. Chapter 34, Pp. 665-689 in
Wilkens, H., D.C. Culver & W.F. Humphreys, editors.
Subterranean Ecosystems. Ecosystems of the World, 30. Elsevier, Amsterdam. xiv + 791 pp.

Exotic Species in North American Caves (PDF)
Will K. Reeves. 1999.
National Cave and Karst Management Symposium 164-166.

Hot-Spots of Biodiversity and Management Issues for North American Cave-Adapted Fauna (PDF)
Horton H. Hobbs III, David C. Culver, Mary C. Christman & Lawrence L. Master. 1999.
National Cave and Karst Management Symposium (abstract)

Hotspots of subterranean biodiversity in caves and wells
David C. Culver and Boris Sket. 2000. 
Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 62:11-17. 

How Much Surface Habitat is Enough? Preserve Design and Application for Cave-Limited Species 
Jean Krejca, Lisa O'Donnell, Kathryn Kennedy, Shannon M. Knapp, Alisa Shull, Charmaine Delmatier 
Proceedings of the 2001 National Cave and Karst Management Symposium

An Incidental Take Permit for Endangered Karst Invertebrates in Bexar County, Texas 
Steven W. Carothers, Ph.D, Kemble White, Casey Berkhouse 
Proceedings of the 2001 National Cave and Karst Management Symposium

The Karst Fauna Region Concept and Implications for Endangered Karst Invertebrate Recovery in Bexar County, Texas 
Kemble White, Steven W. Carothers, Ph.D., Casey Berkhouse
Proceedings of the 2001 National Cave and Karst Management Symposium

Obligate cave fauna of the 48 contiguous United States (adstract)
Culver, D.C., L.L. Master, M.C. Christman & H.H. Hobbs III. 2000. 
Conservation Biology 14:386-401. 

The power and perils of molecular taxonomy: a case study of eyeless and endangered Cicurina (Araneae: Dictynidae) from Texas caves
P. Paquin and M. Hedin. 2004. Molecular Ecology 13: 3239-3255.

Principles and Practice for Design of Cave Preserve Management and Monitoring Plans for Invertebrate Species of Concern, San Antonio (PDF)
Kemble White and Kenneth J. Kingsley. 1999.
National Cave and Karst Management Symposium 203-208.

The relationship between cave biodiversity and available habitat
Christman, M.C. & D.C. Culver. 2001.
Journal of Biogeography 28:(3)367. 

Revising the karst map of the United States
George Veni, 2002. 
Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 64(1): 45-50.

A Summary of Diversity and Distribution of the Obligate Cave-Inhabiting Faunas of the United States and Canada.
Steward B. Peck. 1998.
Journal of Cave and Karst Studies 60(1): 18-26.

Urbanism and Cave Conservation In Central Texas (PDF)
Kristin Miller and C. Lee Sherrod. 1999.
National Cave and Karst Management Symposium 129-137.

Bexar Co. Endangered Invertebrate Species References

Biospeleology-oriented Books

The Caves of Bexar County
George Veni. 1988. Second Edition.
Speleological Monographs, 2, Texas Memorial Museum, Austin. 300 pp.

The Caves of Texas
Mohr, C.E., editor. 1948.
National Speleological Society, Washington, D.C. Bulletin 10. 137 pp.

The Caves and Karst of Texas
Elliott, W.R. & G. Veni, editors. 1994. Convention Guidebook.
National Speleological Society, Huntsville, Alabama. viii + 342 pp. + 13 maps.

Geologic Controls on Cave Development and the Distribution of Endemic Cave Sauna in the San Antonio, Texas, Region.
George Veni and Associates. 1994.
Report for Texas Parks & Wildlife Department and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Austin, TX. 99 pp. + 14 pl.

The Invertebrate Fauna of Texas Caves
Mitchell, R.W. & Reddell, J.R., 1971. 
Pp. 35-90. in: Natural History of Texas Caves, E.L. Lundelius & B.H. Slaughter, editors.. 
Gulf Natural History, Dallas.

Adaptation and Natural Selection in Caves
David C. Culver, T.C. Kane & D.W. Fong. 1995. 
Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass. 223 pp.

Biospeleology. The Biology of Cavernicolous Animals
Vandel, A. 1965. 
Pergamon Press, Oxford, London. xxiv + 524 pp.

Caves & Cave Life
Philip Chapman. 1993.
HarperCollins, London. 224 pp.

Cave Life: Evolution and Ecology
David C. Culver. 1981. 
Harvard University Press, Cambridge. 189 pp.

A Dictionary of Karst and Caves
David Lowe & Tony Waltham. 1995. 2002.
British Cave Research Association, Cave Studies Series #6, Bridgewater, UK. 41 pp.

A Guide to Speleological Literature of the English Language 1794-1996
Diana Northup, Emily Davis Mobley, Kenneth Ingham III & William Mixon.1998.
Cave Books. 538 pp. 

Guidelines for Cave and Karst Protection
John Watson, Elery Hamilton-Smith, David Gillieson & Kevin Kiernan, editors. 1997.
IUCN - The World Conservation Union, Gland, Switzerland. 53 pp.

The Invertebrate Cave Fauna of Virginia and a Part of East Tennessee: Zoogeography and Ecology
Holsinger, J.R. & David C. Culver. 1988. 
Brimleyana No. 14, Raleigh, N.C. 162 pp.

The Invertebrate Cave Fauna of West Virginia
Holsinger, J.R., Baroody, R.A. & D.C. Culver. 1976.
Bulletin of the West Virgina Speleological Survey, No. 7, Barrackville, W.Va. 82 pp.

Karst: Important Karst Regions of the Northern Hemisphere
Herak, M. & V.T. Stringfield, editors. 1972.
Elsevier, New York. xiv + 511 pp.

The Life of the Cave
Charles E. Mohr & Thomas L. Poulson.1966
McGraw-Hill, New York. 232 pp.

Living with Karst: a Fragile Foundation.
George Veni & Harvey DuChene, editors. 2001.
Environmental Awareness Series no. 4, American Geological Institute. 64 pp.

The Natural History of Biospeleology
Ana Isabel Camacho, editor. 1994.
Monografias, Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales. Madrid, Spain. 680 pp.

A Review of the Troglobitic Decapod Crustaceans of the Americas
Horton H. Hobbs, Jr., H. H. Hobbs III & Margaret A. Daniel. 1977
Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington. 183 pp.

Speleology: Caves and the Cave Environment
George W. Moore & Nicholas Sullivan. 1978. 1997.
Cave Books, St Louis, MO. 150 pp.

Subterranean Ecosystems
Wilkens, H., D.C. Culver, & W.F. Humphries, editors. 2000.
Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. 791 pp., 60 authors.


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