Caves - Exploring New Zealand’s

Neil Silverwood and Marcus Thomas

Caves: Exploring New Zealand's Subterranean Wilderness brings to light the exploration of the country’s longest, deepest, and most important systems over the last 67 years.
Produced as a case-bound, large format publication, the book features over 300 pages of photographs, text, maps and diagrams.

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by Neil Silverwood and Marcus Thomas

During a walk down the Pearse River in 2013, Marcus Thomas and Neil Silverwood realised they shared a dream to produce a book showcasing ten of New Zealand’s most amazing cave systems.

Caves: Exploring New Zealand's Subterranean Wilderness brings to light the exploration of the country’s longest, deepest, and most important systems over the last 67 years.

Produced as a case-bound, large format publication, the book features over 300 pages of photographs, text, maps and diagrams.
It is a magnificent work: fabulous photos, many of which cover a page and a half of this wide (400mm) format book; detailed maps of each of the 10 cave systems included; a glossary; an explanation of the country’s cave geology and even information about how caves are surveyed.

language: english
printing: 2017
pages: 312
illustration: colour - Maps, charts and fantastic photos
format: 25 x 31 cm
cover: hardcover

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