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Definition of Microclimatic Conditions in a Karst Cavity: Rull Cave (Alicante, Spain)

AuthorsPla, Concepción; Galiana-Merino, J.; Cuevas-González, J.; Andreu, J. M.; Cañaveras, Juan Carlos ; Cuezva, Soledad ; Fernández Cortés, Ángel ; García-Antón, E.; Sánchez Moral, Sergio ; Benavente, David
Gas exchange
Microclimatic measures
Rull cave
Issue Date2015
CitationEnvironmental earth sciences 1: 497-503 (2015)
AbstractRull Cave (Alicante, SE Spain) is a shallow karstic cavity located in metre-thick beds of Miocene limestone conglomerate and overlain by soil with little profile development. A microenvironmental monitoring system was installed in order to record the exchange between the cave and the external atmosphere. Data were collected every 15 min over a period of 14 months (from 22/11/2012 to 13/01/2014). Both radon and CO2 concentration values changed over the course of the annual cycle and were strongly controlled by the difference in air temperature between the exterior and the cave atmosphere. Wavelet transform was applied to the data to determine the influence of visitors on the environmental parameters controlling the cave's microclimate.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-17435-3_56
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