December 2022 CREG Journal Now Published

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December 2022 CREG Journal Now Published

Post by David Gibson » Sat 31 Dec 2022 19:28

December 2022 CREG Journal Now Published

A new quarterly CREG journal is now online at This is a few weeks late - apologies - but we just made it before the end of the month.

This will be mailed on paper to our subscribers to arrive by around 10 January 2023. The next issue - journal 121 - is due on 1 March 2023 and might also be slightly late.

CREG is The British Cave Research Association's special interest group for cave radio and electronics but, recently, CREG has broadened its remit to cover other aspects of cave technology, including surveying and photography. A list of contents, and brief descriptions of the articles in the present issue can be found at The CREG journal is available online and on paper. Annual subscriptions and single back-issues can be ordered. If your online subscription has expired, you will find out when you try to log in.

We are planning to hold some sort of symposium in Spring 2023, with a set of talks and some field activities, probably in Derbyshire (UK). We are hoping to stream this via Zoom, and to invite talks via Zoom too. So if you have something you would like to talk about, please start thinking about it now. Further details to follow later in the New Year.

If you have been relying on the Speleonics mailing list (belonging to the Communications and Electronics Section of the NSS) to tell you when a new CREG journal is available, please note that the Speleonics list is broken. The original database has been lost and it currently only has a few subscribers (under 30 out of an original 300 or more). The web interface at remains down but you can subscribe in the old-fashioned way by emailing with the word subscribe in the subject or body. The NSS's Communications and Electronics Section also has a bulletin-board style forum at but that is as little-used as our own forum.


Please pass the news around.