Take a look at the photo's from Buck, M.J., S.R.H. Worthington and D.C.
Ford. 2003. Earth Science Inventory and Evaluation of the Eramosa Karst
Area of Natural and Scientific Interest. to gain a better understanding
of the unique features of the caves and karsts, water flows and more.
Mc Master Outdoors Club - Caving in Eramosa Karst
Beauty of the Karst - Photos courtesy of Nature Photographer - Karl Schwarze
news at Noon
courtesy: CHCH July 9 2008
Interview with Matt Hayes at Eramosa Karst Conservation Area, with FOTEK
as aired on CHCH news at noon.
CHCH news Aug 2009-long ear owl
of the Eramosa Karst
courtesy: Urban Cut
Interview and tour with FOTEK and city councillor as aired on Cable 14
expand the Eramosa Karst?
by FOTEK April 2008
This video shows the effects of developing the feeder land on the hydrology
of the delicate ecosystem of the Karst.
Karst Winter Scenes
by FOTEK dec 2008
Tour the beautiful caves and karst features found in the Hamilton escarpment
in Stoney Creek. This video shows the karst features and provides some
information on why the area is at risk
Karst-Potruff Cave-Don't Stop the Water!
by FOTEK Feb 2008
The video below shows the water flow that naturally occurs in just one
area of the Eramosa Karst. It is the flow of water over hundreds of years
that has created the beautiful cave formations. The feeder streams need
to be preserved, if the land is developed this natural area or scientific
interest will be compromised.Help us keep the water flowing.
courtesy: Hamilton Conservation Authority
Take a video tour of the karst features. Marcus Buck, Hamilton karst expert
and co-author of the report that helped turn the karst property into a provincial
Area of Natural and Scientific Interest, leads us on a video exploration
of the karst geological features that will be interpreted when the property
is developed into Hamilton’s newest conservation area. (Video production
courtesy of Van Valkenburg Communications).
Introduction - (501 KB)
is a karst? - (883 KB)
is an ANSI? - (555 KB)
should the karst area be preserved? - (622 KB)
is a sinkhole? - (919 KB)
Cave - (1,024 KB)
features of the karst area - (735 KB)
and Nexxus Caves - (752 KB)
features of the karst area - (1,078 KB)
Coutesy: Mohawk College TV