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Expedition Lukina jama 2010

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Published on Apr 24, 2013

Speleological expedition "Lukina jama 2010" had several goals: speleological research, especially cave diving in the siphon-lake at the bottom of the pit, new speleological map and scientific research which includes studies of the subterranean fauna, hydrogeology, physical, chemical properties and other characteristics of the pit. Cave divers and members of the Speleological section Velebit as well as CMRS, Ivica Ćukušić and Robert Erhardt, dived into the submerged passage at the bottom of the dry part of the pit for 135 m in length and 21 m in depth. During the expedition, well known Croatian cave diver and member of Speleological section of HPD Željezničar and Croatian Biospeleological Society (CBSS), Branko Jalžić, dived into the submerged passage at the bottom of the pit at 40 m in depth. This explorations have increased the overall cave depth from 1392 m to 1421 m, which makes Lukina jama the 15th deepest cave in the world.

more info http://www.speleologija.hr/lukinajama...

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