GUE Project Nuttlar launches in 2013 with a team of GUE instructors, divers, and friends by GUE President Jarrod Jablonski, and it has continued to be a year ever since. The project is focused on exploring and surveying a slate mine in Nuttlar, Sauerland, mid-Germany.
Since 2013, the mine has been open to certified cave divers. The project's survey map is intended to serve as a tool for the visiting cave divers to plan their dives in the mine. In 2015, the third expedition of the project took place, and the team met again for four days to continue working on the survey map
especially on the more remote area of the mine. This video gives a nice insight into the project course and survey work in 2015.
Video realization: Niko Gerdau, Stephan Matthies
Voice over: Jens-Uwe Lamm, Sharanne Wheeler
For further information about the project, please visit www.facebook.com/GUEProjectNuttlar
The project was covered at GUE's project reports of 2016 and 2017:
The current survey maps can be downloaded here: www.bergwerktauchen.de/karten
A team of GUE instructors, divers and friends led by GUE President Jarrod Jablonski started the GUE Project Nuttlar in 2013. Since then it is carried out annually and focuses on the creation of a map of the slate mine in Nuttlar, Sauerland, Germany. The mien was opened in 2013 for certified cave divers. The survey map of the project is designed to help the diving guests plan their dives. In 2015, the third edition of the project took place and the team met again for four days to measure especially the part of the face that was farther from the exit. This video provides a deeper insight into the project process and surveying work and lets a few of the participants have their say.
Video: Niko Gerdau, Stehpan Matthies
Voiceover: Niko Gerdau
Further information is available at www.facebook.com/GUEProjectNuttlar
In addition, reports on the project outputs of 2016 and 2017 can be found in the "GUE project reports":
The current survey map can be downloaded here: www.bergwerktauchen.de/karten