CAVERS


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CAVERSCommand Asset Visibility Equipment Redistribution System
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A caver has died in the Yorkshire Dales despite a 17-hour rescue operation to get him out involving almost 100 volunteers.
He added cavers should know the guidelines, policies, and the carrying capacity of the cave as mandated by law.
Today, we are rarely without communication; many cavers enjoy these peaceful adventures to the quiet underground with good friends, away from life's screens and pressing concerns.
Sleeping at one of the dozen or so subterranean camps dotted throughout the cave, the cavers clambered through the rocky cavern, climbing over cliffs as high as 80 meters tall.
They were supposed to have met up in Ouarzazate, and when the three failed to do so by Tuesday afternoon their fellow cavers alerted the authorities.
It felt sterile, like a Disneyworld diorama, and I remember wondering what it was that cavers found so exciting about these holes in the ground.
Mr Ashford said: "Cavers do a lot of research work here, and they have found that stalactites are a bit like tree rings and tell scientists what the climate was like thousands of years ago.
Richard was able to persuade one of the cavers - who was terri-fied of water - to make a 180-metre dive.
I'm a 25-year Missouri interpreter, and my husband and I are 25-year-plus cavers. I was quite disappointed with your "Interpreting Caves" issue of Legacy (March/April 2013).
He also used a string of false names and even bought the Scottish title of Baron Cavers, worth PS25,000, to impress associates.
The North Wales Cave Rescue Organisation (NWCRO) has been helping to rescue cavers and mine explorers since the mid 1990s.