The caves of County Clare in Ireland, notably those of the Burren in North-west Clare contain upwards of 60 km of surveyed cave passage. The earliest survey was made by E.A. Baker and party of part of Poulnagollum, Slieve Elva and published in his book Caving: Episodes of Underground Exploration in 1935. Most of the survey work, however, has been carried out by the University of Bristol Spelaeological Society, who have been visiting the area regularly since 1948. Much data has also been supplied by members of the Speleological Union of Ireland notably Colin Bunce and Quentin Cowper, to whom we are grateful.
Published 3D models
- Aven (part of Survex) which only reads .3d files but has better tools.
- Loc (part of Therion) which reads both .3d and .lox files and has better visualisation and more information.
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