Tuesday, June 9, 2009

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remember that we are not alone in the cavities.

This past weekend I joined the first activity that the FCE was scheduled to celebrate its 30 anniversary, in a cycle of activities related to the caving which will take place at different sites and clubs until the end of year.

The first activity was the Biospeleology and therefore we moved to Rialp les Coves de Ribes de Fresser. My intention was to obtain a photographic as the Bio has never been one of my strengths and not a matter of thoroughness, if not that, like other activities, it's just not my thing.

The truth is that it is a pity that very little attention did you first start because we were practically family. Besides the experts in the field, Auroux and Jordi Lluís Comas, were the President of the Federation, another colleague, Trujillo and my witch. Bio has never been one of the pillars of caving, all and the few that have been performed or are true celebrities in the subject. Besides the above two colleagues, we can mention English, Zariquiey, school, and my fellow youth in GELER, Xavier Bellés. Maybe things will pick their borders to be more selective and perhaps this is the case of the Bio, Geo and other scientific activities that require great dedication and a serious study and learning. Unfortunately, what counts is what he wears, what the most profane and perhaps understand why the third branch of the Espeleo original is always has been the palm, Topo.

Fellow speakers made a presentation on a basic and very novel experimental system, as was to mount a laptop in the first room of the cavity and using a PPS which explained the history, how to collect different species and families of the animal world underground. Finish this, vacuum tubes and distributed to transport specimens acquired and engaged in the activity monitor capture the audience in places where a week earlier had set traps paths.
The experience was interesting and charming given the satisfaction of those who practiced it and came up with a good amount of catches. I must say is that the cell had any of his points in a good water flow probably due to recent rains and the contribution of melting peaks of the Pyrenees close, such as the Valle de Nuria. All this favored quite the catch rate and range of movement within the cavity.

(Wall mounted to wall up the entrance the permanence of Emilio Reyes)
Something we noticed was the thorough cleaning was practiced in the cavity, since after the "doubtful permanence" that made Emilio Reyes, this stay made a real mess. It can be said without exaggeration that hardly see any trace of "tochana" that was used to seal a wall at the entrance to the cave.

finish the day, return home for lunch but not before Auroux and Comas thank the extraordinary exhibition, known not longer always interesting for those we care about everything related to the spelunking world, not just the fact of making m and more meters.

This activity is completed today, according to the following schedule:

Tuesday, June 9 to 2009.De the 19 to 21 h. Place: Museu de Ciències Naturals de Barcelona, \u200b\u200bPasseig Picasso, s / n, Parc de la Ciutadella. Barcelona.


-Introduction: Dr. Xavier Bellés discuss the evolution of ideas biospeleological research.
Explanatory special climatic conditions, common biotopes and food scarcity for wildlife within the large cavities of high mountains, a càrrec de Francesc Alfambra.

-Session-workshop for the preparation, observation and knowledge of the material collected during the previous practical solution. This meeting may be continued practice by the interest of the participants.


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