6 edition of The geologic story of Canyonlands National Park found in the catalog.
|Statement||by S. W. Lohman ; graphics by John R. Stacy.|
|Series||Geological Survey bulletin ; 1327, Geological Survey bulletin ;, 1327.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .B9 no. 1327, QE170.C35 .B9 no. 1327|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 126 p. :|
|Number of Pages||126|
|LC Control Number||74600043|
Canyonlands National Park includes a diverse geologic history ranging from dry deserts to being at the bottom of an inland sea. Changes in climate and depostional environment has left an interesting mix of rocks present today. 12 formations can now be seen within the park today. A lifetime of exploration awaits you. Canyonlands invites you to explore a wilderness of countless canyons and fantastically formed buttes carved by the Colorado River and its tributaries. Rivers divide the park into four districts: Island in the Sky, The Needles, The Maze, and the rivers themselves.
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The Geology of Canyonlands National Park. Baked by time like some multi-layer geologic tort, Canyonlands National Park in southeastern Utah features a landscape cut by canyons, rumpled by upthrusts, dimpled by grabens, and even pockmarked, some believe, by ancient asteroids. Though Canyonlands covers less than , acres, which is. CanyonLands, Upheaval Dome Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike Unported / Smithfl. Canyonlands National Park is located in southeastern Utah near the town of park is divided into four districts: the Island in the Sky, the Needles, the Maze, and the combined rivers—the Green and Colorado—which carved two large canyons into the Colorado : Danny Dotson.
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National Emergency Library. Top Geologic Story of Canyonlands National Park Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. EMBED EMBED (for. Canyonlands National Park is a showcase of geology.
In each of the park's districts, visitors can see the remarkable effects of millions of years of erosion on a landscape of sedimentary rock. Pictured above, the Green River has carved a channel out of rock.
Canyonlands Country offers a unique geological history of this awesome landscape, in language understandable by the non-geologist. The story is as strange and fascinating as the land itself.
Each exposed rock layer has a different geologic history: one is a stream deposit, another is an ancient field of dunes, another was deposited by shallow Cited by: 4. InCanyonlands was established as the 32nd U.S.
national park, covering square miles at the junction of the Green and Colorado Rivers in Utah. This booklet gives the early history of the area, a summary of the geologic history of the park, and a description of the high mesas, benchlands, and canyons.
There are 81 illustrations including maps, charts, and photographs of the by: 1. Publisher: U.S. Geologic Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section Recommended Citation Lohman, Stanley William, "The Geologic Story of Canyonlands National Park" ().Cited by: 5.
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Unit price. The dry climate and sparse vegetation allow clear views of the remaining rock layers and the effects of erosion and deformation. You can read the geologic story at Canyonlands National Park in the 3, feet of strata that remain, from the bottom of Cataract Canyon to the upper reaches of Salt Creek in the Needles District.
An easy-to-read geological history of the amazing red rock landscapes in southeastern Utah. Towering red buttes, plunging canyon walls, domes, pinnacles, spires, ten thousand strangely carved formswhat visitor hasnt marveled at the land of rock in southeastern Utah that is Canyonlands Country?/5(7).
Arches National Park. Plan Your Visit; Things to Know; Things to See and Do; Geology; Canyonlands National Park. Island in the Sky; The Needles; The Maze; Horseshoe Canyon; Colorado & Green Rivers; Manti-La Sal National Forest; Bears Ears Area. Indian Creek Unit; Shash Jáa Unit; Cedar Mesa & Grand Gulch Primitive Area; Dark Canyon Wilderness.
Baked by time like some multi-layer geologic tort, Canyonlands National Park in southeastern Utah features a landscape cut by canyons, rumpled by upthrusts, dimpled by grabens, and even pockmarked, some believe, by ancient asteroids.
READ MORE. Related. Edition Notes Bibliography: p.  Includes index. CONTENTS: The national park system -- The national park service -- Parks and People -- Geologic principles and processes -- Geologic time -- The geomorphic province -- Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (Hawaii) -- Haleakala National Park (Hawaii) -- Bering Land Bridge National Preserve (Alaska) -- Cape Krusenstern National Cited by: 2.
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D.D. Trent and Richard W. Hazlett have traced the evolution of this desert landscape through a rich narrative that serves both newly inquisitive visitors as well as students of natural history.Canyonlands is a showcase of geology.
In each of the districts, you can see the remarkable effects of millions of years of erosion on a landscape of sedimentary rock. For hundreds of millions of years, material was deposited from a variety of sources in what is now Canyonlands National Park.How Arches Form. The complex million-year story of the formation of the rock wonders in Arches National Park features powerful tectonic movements, retreating and advancing seas, flowing salt deposits, faulting, collapse, uplift, and the forces of erosion, especially water.