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Browse Collections About Login Help. Print Send Add Share. Acta carsologica Series Title: Acta Carsologica Alternate Title: See Extended description for more information. Record Information Source Institution: University of South Florida Rights Management: All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.

Added automatically Karst Information Portal. Holocene sedimentary records of the Katarraktes cave system northern Greece: Cave invertebrates in northwestern Minas Gerais State Brazil: Variable degrees and variety of reasons for cave penetration in terrestrial gastropod s Miris Castello: Calcite dissolution under turbulent ow conditions: Gravitational crevices on the slopes of MeBreda above Wadi Shehah see: Al Farray et al. In he celebrated his 70th anni versary.

As his student and colleague I took this opportunity to present some highlights of his life and work. Despite being retired already sincehe is currently a Vice-President of the Slovenian Academy of Scienc es and Arts.

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During our relaxing and amusing conversation in his oce over a cup of coee the present interview arose. Andrej, how did you get acquainted with karst and became close to it?

Oh, this was a long time ago.

I knew well Stane Pir nat who was living in the neighbourhood and we hang out together. When he was already a caver, he invited me to join him caving in Matjaeva jama under marna gora close to Ljubljana.

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Later, when I was already in high school, Duan Novak, a geologist, made publicity of caving and speleo logical section of Planinsko drutvo elezniar Moun taineering Club elezniar.

I decided to join it. I had to carry textile bags and gather soil where Bole was searching for snails. Sometimes I also joined Duan Novak at a eld work carrying samples of rocks. So, I got involved in caves and caving. With the cavers from the speleological section I learned basics of caving and cave mapping.

I even wanted to study biol ogy to specialize myself to cave biota. However, I also like travelling. And just before I enrolled in University I changed my mind and decided for geography, because somehow I thought if I study geography, there will be more chances for travel.

In I was already a caver. Nada ade Novak and later Peter Habi worked on tracer experiments. I joined their teams for manual sampling, because at that time there were no automatic samplers. We were sam pling at the Riana, Lintvern and other springs. Every year I spent about a month in the eld, camping near the springs and taking samples when necessary. I liked this very much and a lot of interesting things happened.

Your scientic work is entirely devoted to karst and caves, from the diploma, master and doctoral the sis, to the most recent scientic and popular publica tions. Your doctoral thesis fromwas dedicated to the uvial transport in karst. Unfortunately, the work was rather overlooked, unacknowledged and mostly not known in that time.

Yet the citations, mostly in foreign literature, show that the work received some international response. What, on your opinion, is the highest achievement of your thesis? At that time the research trend was to study uvial or recent cave sediments. In England there was Peter Bull, who made thorough stud ies on uvial transport in karst.

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On my opinion the high est value of my thesis was that similar studies have not been done in Slovenia. Another aspect was the presentation how the transported material, the pebbles form. I think this was very interesting. I emphasized their origin and role in speleogenesis.

For example, instrio kocjanske jame at the beginning, where Reka River enters the cave system a lot of ysch pebbles are present and then downwards towards the siphon there is less and less of these pebbles, and they are smaller and smaller. Your mentor was prof. Ivan Gams, one of the leading persons of the international karstology. What did you learn from him?

A lot, but to summarize I started to work under prof. Gams in for the preparations of the 4th In ternational Speleological Congress that was held in Pos tojna and Ljubljana. He needed somebody for help.


He asked students and I applied. I must say that I was not automatically accepted, but had to pass typing test. I worked four months for organization of this congress. Gams just started to give lectures at the university. Before that he was employed at the Karst Research Institute in Pos tojna.

I was in the rst generation of his students. He introduced me to karst geomorphology and geography of karst. He impressed me with his enthusiastic lec tures that were much more interesting in comparison to others. He also organized long and interesting geo morphological excursion going from Slovenia across Alps to France. We were a small group of 15 to 20 students and we had lectures practically in the eld.

At that occasion we learned a nodmativa. Gams was my supervisor for master and doc toral thesis. We oen met for instrko.

When meeting him he also introduced me to his colleagues Valter Bo hinec, Svetozar Ilei and Roman Savnik, all being emi nent Slovene geographers. Gradually I was brought to their company and had the opportunity to discuss with them. Gams bring you to KRI in where you stayed employed until your retirement?

No, it was dr. So, aer all, most of the records were not published. In summer I guided tours of foreign speleolo gist or karstologists who came to visit the cradle of kar stology. A year later I was full time employed and was tasked to make preparation research for the motorway route between Postojna and Vrhnika. My job was to map all the dolines that were in the route and to evaluate how much sediment there is on the bottom of these dolines.

Every day I went mapping and occasion ally drilling the bottoms of these dolines with a hand au ger. A lot of material and data on dolines characteristics was gathered and I am very sorry that none of these was ever published. In quite some dolines that we selected even the whole material has unstruo excavated and a lot of money invested so that we inetruo able to see how the bot toms looked like.

A lot of pictures and measurements were taken. In you made specialization in France, under the supervision of dr. What experience did you gain there? On one hand I absorbed a lot of knowledge on regional karst.