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by Paul B. Anderson,Thomas C. Chidsey Jr.,Douglas A. Sprinkel

Download Geology of Utah's Parks and Monuments ePub
  • ISBN 1882054105
  • ISBN13 978-1882054107
  • Language English
  • Author Paul B. Anderson,Thomas C. Chidsey Jr.,Douglas A. Sprinkel
  • Publisher Bryce Canyon Natural History Assocaition and Utah Geological Association; 3rd Edition edition (August 31, 2010)
  • Pages 562
  • Formats mobi txt doc lit
  • Category No category
  • Size ePub 1498 kb
  • Size Fb2 1726 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 901

This book highlights the geology of each of the National Parks and Monuments in Utah, including state parks and notebook features. A few of the areas covered are Arches, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Dinosaur, Goblin Valley, Snow Canyon . . .and more!

This book highlights the geology of each of the National Parks and Monuments in Utah, including . This was an amazing book on the geology of Utah - but much more appropriate for a university class than a road trip. One person found this helpful.

This book highlights the geology of each of the National Parks and Monuments in Utah, including state parks and notebook features. A few of the areas covered are Arches.

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Geology of Utah’s Parks and Monuments ed. Paul B. Anderson, Thomas C. Chidsey J. and Douglas A. Sprinkel (2003) Bryce Canyon Natural History Association and Utah Geological Association, ISBN. Sprinkel (2003) Bryce Canyon Natural History Association and Utah Geological Association, ISBN 1882054105Google Scholar. Cite this chapter as: (2010) Red rock planet.

Sprinkel, Douglas . Chidsey, Thomas C. J. Anderson, Paul B. 2000. Geology of Utah's Parks and Monuments. Publishers Press: 37–59. National Park Service: Bryce Canyon National Park: Nature and Geology - Hoodoos (adapted public domain text). Hoodoos (Erdpyramiden - demoiselles coiffées) world-wide.

There is something for everyone in Utah's parks and monuments, and the Millennium Guidebook contains general geology papers on 25 parks and monuments. Publishers Press: 37-59. Last updated: October 16, 2018. Mailing Address: . Box 640201 Bryce, UT 84764. Category:Rock formations Category:Erosion landforms Category:Bryce Canyon Category:Cappadocia.

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Jelar
I bought this for our camping trip to Bryce Canyon & Zion National Park (and hopefully Page, AZ!). I'm a student in geology and love soaking up everything I can about an area before visiting. If you don't know a thing about geology-- this book is perfect. I found it defines terms if you're not too familiar with the field. That said, it's definitely not a casual read. This book reads more like a college textbook as someone mentioned, and is huge like one. But! If you have a strong interest in the area and subject matter, or you enjoy reading textbooks in your free time, or you just want to skim it for some valuable and fascinating information, or get it for the cool infographics and photos, this book is awesome. I was thrilled to receive it!
Qane
I bought this after a trip to a few of the parks covered in the book. You may need to take a Geology 101 course to get the full value out of this book.
Akisame
Working in Zion, Capitol Reef, and Bryce Canyon national parks have been some of the highlights of my career. This hefty resource is the best of its kind. I'm glad to have read it!
Tyler Is Not Here
This was an amazing book on the geology of Utah - but much more appropriate for a university class than a road trip.
Karon
A very thorough and well done book. All the articles are very accessable to anyone with a general understanding of geology, and most if not all of the several diagrams, illustrations, and photos are in color. I am definitely going to bring this book with me in the field next time I go to Utah. Anyone with an interest in the Colorado Plateau will find this book to be an invaluable resource.
Rollers from Abdun
Oversized book packed with great information.
Delirium
Awesome review of Utah's parks and the earth dynamics that make them special.
Utah's parks and monuments showcase some of the world's most spectacular geology and this book covers it all - every national park, monument, and recreation area; 10 state parks; the Sheep Creek Geological Area; the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park; and the Paria Canyon - Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness Area.
It is well written and illustrated, including abundant photographs, diagrams, maps, stratigrapic columns, and cross-sections. From the crusty old geologist to those with a passing curiosity about the rocks and landscape this book has something for everyone. Read it and you are likely to know more than the rangers!
Reasonable priced for a book this size.