The Kentucky Speleological Survey (KSS) is an organization dedicated to the study of cave and karst resources throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The KSS is affiliated with the Kentucky Geological Survey.
To further these goals the KSS gathers and archives information to be used in the conservation, research, and exploration of caves and karst. Our archives contain cave maps, survey notes, exploration photos, descriptions, GIS files, and many other forms of information. We hope that this information will aid in the discovery, survey, and mapping of caves throughout the state
As an organization, we look to work with individuals and organizations to grow our database, as well as share information with responsible parties. The Kentucky Speleological Survey takes our role in protecting caves and karst very seriously. We only share data via legitimate requests by cavers, landowners, governmental and environmental agencies. Please contact us directly for any requests or fill out the KSS information request form.
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We have a Cave Reporter App that you can use on your Apple or Android phone and can submit and document caves in the state of Kentucky.
Bowling Green Airport Expansion
We recently received a scoping package titled "Runway 3/21 Gradient Correction & Safety Area Improvements" at and for the Bowling Green Warren County Regional Airport. CHA Consulting, Inc. is seeking comments on this project from all interested agencies.
Below is a link to their letter, as well as our organizational response.
If you would like to comment as an individual, please see below the letters for that information. The rough deadline for comment is the week of May 20th, but nohard deadline was given.
For individual comment or question on this project:
Mark Heckroth, Project Manager - Aviation
CHA Consulting, Inc.
(216) 443-1700, ext 367