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- BCRA Caves and Karst online seminars
- Membership Renewals
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The next of our monthly online seminars takes place TONIGHT at 19.30 GMT. We are planning a series of these talks for 2021 on the second Monday of each month, in support of the International Year of Caves and Karst (IYCK). Tonight's talk: "Castleton, Derbyshire: The world's most complicated simple karst hydrological system?" by John Gunn, Honorary Professor, School of Geography, Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham. For a summary, and for information on how to log in via Zoom, please go to http://bcra.org.uk/seminars2021.html
CREG Journal 113 is now online at http://bcra.org.uk/cregj. It will be mailed to subscribers in the next couple of days. Cave & Karst Science 48(1) is on schedule for publication in April. Please ensure that you renew your BCRA membership before then.
If you still have not renewed (via http://bcra.org.uk/fees) you will receive a final reminder soon. Please note that the membership team is short-staffed at the moment, due to long-term illness. As a result, we have postponed the issuing of BCRA membership cards for a few weeks. (BCA DIM cards are also postponed). The system should automatically acknowledge your membership application but sometimes those emails go astray. So, if you need a confirmation of your membership of BCRA (or BCA), or you need to be reminded of your online access credentials, please contact me at email@example.com.