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Indiana Cave Symposium

The Indiana Cave Symposium is coming up soon. You can find out more details by following the link! Read More »

Cave Report Form

We are excited to release the new design of our cave report form for the Indiana Cave Survey. We now have two very different approaches to the form. Read More »

  • Indiana Cave Symposium
  • Indiana Cave Symposium
  • Cave Report Form

The next meeting will be held on March 17, 2014 at Bruce Trotter's house in Columbus, IN.

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Brad Barcom

The Indiana Cave Survey was formed about 1986 when some cavers in Indiana saw the need for a specialized organization dedicated to cataloging all cave and karst features in the state.


As part of this effort several tasks for the Indiana Cave Survey were identified. One was to maintain a database of all caves as well as other karst features such as springs, sinks and swallowholes, and even openings which do not currently meet the Survey's definition of a cave, usually because the passage is found to be too short.