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Chrissy Richards, Extraordinary Woman Caver has been featured again. Nice work lady!

Chrissy Richards, Extraordinary Woman Caver has been featured again. Nice work lady!

Sybill Amelon, hailed by Lori Godsey of Marshall Parks and Recreation Research Wildlife Biologist  as "one of about three specialists on bats worldwide" has accomplished much in her 37-year career with the U.S. Forest Service. This amazing woman holds a postdoctoral associate at the MU College of Agriculture and has produced numerous publications including. In her day job Amelon says she has to identify up to 400 bats a month that have been killed primarily by frightened homeowners. In 2004…

Sybill Amelon, hailed by Lori Godsey of Marshall Parks and Recreation Research Wildlife Biologist as "one of about three specialists on bats worldwide" has accomplished much in her 37-year career with the U.S. Forest Service. This amazing woman holds a postdoctoral associate at the MU College of Agriculture and has produced numerous publications including. In her day job Amelon says she has to identify up to 400 bats a month that have been killed primarily by frightened homeowners. In 2004…

The Women Caver of the 90's  We sure have come a long way and the 90's was just the beginning. Read here some excerpts from article writer Andrew Todhunter who said "grace of movement underground is the first sign of a skilled caver." After recalling a particularly difficult crawl-way navigation Todhunter said "I slither[ed] downward and emerged beside [Carol] Vesely in a lower passage." she said 'A squeeze is like a combination lock,... you only need to know the combination.'"  He explained…

The Women Caver of the 90's We sure have come a long way and the 90's was just the beginning. Read here some excerpts from article writer Andrew Todhunter who said "grace of movement underground is the first sign of a skilled caver." After recalling a particularly difficult crawl-way navigation Todhunter said "I slither[ed] downward and emerged beside [Carol] Vesely in a lower passage." she said 'A squeeze is like a combination lock,... you only need to know the combination.'" He explained…

Elizabeth Slack  Elizabeth Slack has been described as “an absolutely fearless woman"  This former US Peace Corps volunteer and member of the Jamaica Caves Organisation (JCO) now works for the Student Conservation Association (SCA). She  speaks three languages (Chinese, French, and English) and holds a Masters degree in parks and recreation. In 2004 Slack discovered a new cave in Niagara and in 2005 she participated in the Parks in Peril Project for The Nature Conservancy, and the St James…

Elizabeth Slack Elizabeth Slack has been described as “an absolutely fearless woman" This former US Peace Corps volunteer and member of the Jamaica Caves Organisation (JCO) now works for the Student Conservation Association (SCA). She speaks three languages (Chinese, French, and English) and holds a Masters degree in parks and recreation. In 2004 Slack discovered a new cave in Niagara and in 2005 she participated in the Parks in Peril Project for The Nature Conservancy, and the St James…

Congratulate Adriana Fabiola Sánchez  Adriana is being featured as an Extraordinary Woman Caver (EWC) in this year's annual publication. She is a dedicated archeologist and works as the President/Founding Member of Xanvil Culture and Ecology, the Co-Director of Mensabak Archaeology Project, and our own EWLS Regional Coordinator for Mexico and Canada. In 2006 she was recognized with the Sol Award for Professional Merit and Women of the Year award by the National Chamber of Business Women of…

Congratulate Adriana Fabiola Sánchez Adriana is being featured as an Extraordinary Woman Caver (EWC) in this year's annual publication. She is a dedicated archeologist and works as the President/Founding Member of Xanvil Culture and Ecology, the Co-Director of Mensabak Archaeology Project, and our own EWLS Regional Coordinator for Mexico and Canada. In 2006 she was recognized with the Sol Award for Professional Merit and Women of the Year award by the National Chamber of Business Women of…

Kateryna Medvedeva, Speleologist and Photographer   Kateryna Medvedeva is from Kyiv. She is a Speleologist and a caver. She was one of the first women in the world to descend to a depth of more than 2,000 meters in a cave. Kateryna has also won medals at championships. This includes the world championship in cave exploration techniques.  On top of all of that, she is an accomplished photographer and traveler. #ewls #womancavers #speleology  SOURCES Budoko, Y. (2014, January 1)…

Kateryna Medvedeva, Speleologist and Photographer Kateryna Medvedeva is from Kyiv. She is a Speleologist and a caver. She was one of the first women in the world to descend to a depth of more than 2,000 meters in a cave. Kateryna has also won medals at championships. This includes the world championship in cave exploration techniques. On top of all of that, she is an accomplished photographer and traveler. #ewls #womancavers #speleology SOURCES Budoko, Y. (2014, January 1)…

Heather Tuček, Membership Committee Chairman for the Texas Speleological Association.

Heather Tuček, Membership Committee Chairman for the Texas Speleological Association.

Caving in Pakistan | Cave Exploration | Night Caving | Cave Exploration in Pakistan | EMAC

Caving in Pakistan | Cave Exploration | Night Caving | Cave Exploration in Pakistan | EMAC

50 Women Scientist You Should Know: Maureen Raymo, Boston University-GO BU my alma mater- The geologist's controversial "uplift hypothesis" maintains that the rise of mountain ranges such as the Himalayas causes a reverse greenhouse effect and explains why Earth's ....

50 Women Scientist You Should Know: Maureen Raymo, Boston University-GO BU my alma mater- The geologist's controversial "uplift hypothesis" maintains that the rise of mountain ranges such as the Himalayas causes a reverse greenhouse effect and explains why Earth's ....

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