The milestone was reached in DL7-L2, which is the lengthy south fork of DL7. The cave was nice walking passage with a large room near the 20-mile mark.
an hour to get to the breakdown pile, including a short side-trip to admire the Second Azure Pool. We took a pause for a candy bar break
The stream flow data from full year 2013 is now collected and graphed. The attached ZIP file contains all of the raw data in TXT format plus PDF graphs of each major data set. If anyone has HoboWare Plus (not a free program) and wants the true raw data, let me know and I will send it out.
There was one major flood event in 2013. In early August the area received almost 18 inches of rain in just a few days. As expected the stream levels in the cave rose quite rapidly. The rain began on August second and continued through August 9. The silo rain gauge recorded 17.88 inches of rain in this period.
I expect to see some significant spikes in August when I get the full-year data set put together.
In UL2 we saw several cave fish and a couple of larval salamanders. We looked in a few places for isopods and found several. We looked at two of the tiles and found one snail.