4th International Workshop on Ice Caves by C. Spötl, M. Luetscher, P. Rittig

By C. Spötl, M. Luetscher, P. Rittig

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31 Ichnusa Glacier: new evidence of perennial ice deposit in Steinugleflåget doline (Plura Valley - North Norway) L. Sanna 1, S. Lauritzen 1, R. W. 5 km long underground course of the Plura river. In this fluviokarst area, a spectacular South-North oriented canyon fed by the Sprutfossen waterfall (resurgence of the active Jordbrugrotta cave) halts in front of rock threshold. ) explored by cave divers during the last decade and revealed relatively shallow (< 30 m) and large NorthSouth circular passages.

In this study a descriptive investigation has been done regarding the bacterial biodiversity and activity. Study sites were Grubsteinhöhle as an example of an alpine ice cave and two glacier caves in Antarctica (Dumar Cave at the Antarctic Peninsula) and Novolazarevskaja Cave (Queen Maud Land). The main difference between the alpine and the polar caves (except for the geographic location) is the stability of the caves itself – the two glacier caves are very dynamic due to constant changes of the ice body.

E. Brückmann (a letter dated from December 1, 1728; published in Wolfenbüttel, Germany in 1749). The locality was later repeatedly mentioned in the literature but never studied in detail. Pearls of the DIC and SIC were subjected to a comparative petrographic and geochemical study. The chemical composition of pearls dissolved in 2% HNO3 was studied by ICP-OES. In most cases the pearls show higher contents of major (Mg, Mn, Fe, Sr) and some minor elements, as compared to speleothems from ice-free cave sections.

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