Geologic History of Utah: A Field Guide to Utah's Rocks
By: Lehi F. Hintze and Bart J. Kowallis Now revised and updated, this is one of the most authoritative books on Utah geology. Primarily directed towards students of geology, this book is useful for even the professional geologist working in...
$25.00
Hiking the Southwest's Geology: Four Corner's Region
By: Ralph Lee Hopkins Eager to explore the dramatic canyons, mesas, and isolated mountain ranges of the Colorado Plateau? Discover ancient sand dunes, a vanished sea, and colorful sedimentary layers, places where dinosaurs once roamed? Hike a slot canyon through...
$21.95
Geology Unfolded: An Illustrated Guide to the Geology of Utah's National Parks
By: Thomas H. Morris, Scott M. Ritter, and Dallin P. Laycock A succinct and aesthetically-pleasing guide that addresses the most often asked geological questions about Utah's spectacular national parks. Special features include: aerial photographs for views and insights not obtainable...
$11.95
Water, Rock, and Time: The Geologic Story of Zion National Park
By: Robert L. Eves This long-awaited book tells the story of the formation of Zion Canyon in Zion National Park. Filled with many awe-inspiring photos and colorful illustrations, Water, Rock, & Time details the elements that created Zion National Park,...
$19.95
Utah Geologic Highway Map (BG-09)
By: Lehi Hintze Utah's landscape is dominated by layered rocks. They come in many colors and shapes and range from rocks formed more than two billion years ago to strata being laid down today. They are the book of stone...
$10.00
The Geologic Story of the Uinta Mountains
By: Wallace Hansen The Uinta Mountains of northeastern Utah are the most prominent east/west range in the continental United States. Through the folding of the earth's crust to flooding by ocean water to glacial erosion, The Geologic Story of the...
$9.95
The Field Guide to Geology
By: David Lambert and The Diagram Group The Field Guide to Geology, New Edition recounts the fascinating story of the Earth in a vivid, engaging fashion. Written by a team of eminent geologists and educators, the book is a concise,...
$16.95
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The Colorado Plateau: A Geologic History
By: Donald L. Baars This new edition of Donald L. Baar's classic The Colorado Plateau incorporates new text, maps, photographs, figures, tables, and bibliography to provide the most up-to-date geology of the red rock and canyon country of the Four...
$24.95
The Broken Land: Adventures in Great Basin Geology
By: Frank L. DeCourten The Broken Land surveys the geological phenomena of the magnificent Great Basin landscape of western Utah, Nevada, eastern California, and adjacent regions. Each chapter focuses on a locality or area that provides insights into the deep...
$24.95
Roadside Geology of Wyoming
By: David R. Lageson & Darwin R. Spearing Wyoming is grandeur: endless plains that sweep beyond the farthest horizon, mountains that challenge the sky, badlands as colorful as any painting. And it all depends on the rocks. Here are Wyoming's...
$20.00
Roadside Geology of Utah
By: Felicie Williams, Lucy Chronic, and Halka Chronic Utah's splendid scenery is the splendor of its rocks. You see them everywhere in their bright colors, intricate patterns, dramatic structures, and eroded sculpture. All kinds and conditions of rocks that record...
$26.00
Roadside Geology of Idaho
By: David D. Alt & Donald W. Hyndman Few states pack so many different rocks into such a small area as Idaho. The ancient sedimentary formations of northern Idaho, the Idaho batholith in the central part of the state, the...
$20.00
Roadside Geology of Colorado
By: Halka Chronic & Felicie Williams The rocks and landforms have not changed much since the publication of the first edition of Roadside Geology of Colorado in 1980, but our understanding of them has. With expanded coverage, updated maps, new...
$20.00
Roadside Geology of Arizona
By: Halka Chronic The rise of mountains and the spread of deserts has marked the geologic history of Arizona. Landscapes that we see here today are here because of landscapes of the past, and because of tremendous forces deep within...
$18.00
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Geology of Utah (OUT OF PRINT)
By: W. L. Stokes This book is about understanding and appreciating Utah's geology. Over the last fifty years, William lee Stokes has been a steady contributor to the mapping and interpretation of Utah geology. This book is a late dividend...
$15.00
Landforms of Southern Utah: A Photographic Exploration
By: Richard L. Orndorff and David G. Futey Every landform has a distinct geologic history. A cliff marks the line of a fault, a moraine delineates the edge of a former glacier, and a fin parallels a set of fractures....
$15.00
Hiking the Grand Canyon's Geology
By: Lon Abbott & Terri Cook Something for everyone! This guide not only includes information about gentle, half day rim walks and popular rim-to-river trails, but also includes information discussing rugged and remote multi-day backpack trips, for the more extreme...
$16.95
Glacial Lake Missoula and its Humongous Floods
By: David Alt As geologist J. Harlen Bretz walked the dry scabland channels of eastern Washington in the 1920s, in dawned on him that he was viewing a landscape sculpted by water. Lots of water. A flood of catastrophic proportions....
$15.00
Geology Underfoot in Yellowstone Country
By: Marc S. Hendrix Although it's also known for wolves, bison, and stunning scenery, Yellowstone National Park was established as the world's first national park in 1872 largely because of its geologic wonders. In Geology Underfoot in Yellowstone Country, author...
$24.00
Geology Underfoot in Southern Utah
By: Richard L. Orndorff, Robert W. Wieder, & David G. Futey Southern Utah's magnificent, enigmatic landforms are famous worldwide. But what carved the goblins in Goblin Valley, the dome at Capitol Reef, Zion's towering sandstone walls, and Bryce's hoodoo fairyland...
$20.00
Geology Underfoot in Northern Arizona
By: Lon Abbott & Terri Cook The timeless landscape of Northern Arizona has witnessed colliding volcanic island arcs, the rise and fall of tropical seas and towering mountain ranges, a sand sea filled with giant dunes, and the devastation of...
$18.00
Geology Underfoot in Death Valley and Owens Valley
By: Robert P. Sharp and Allen F. Glazner Eastern California boasts the greatest dryland relief in the contiguous United States - between Mt. Whitney and Death Valley - and that relief exposes spectacular geology. These thirty driving and walking tours...
$18.00
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Geology Underfoot in Central Nevada
By: Richard L. Orndorff, Robert W. Wieder, & Harry F. Filkorn Nevada is a geologist's playground - great topographic relief exposes spectacular geology. In twenty-one driving and walking tours, Geology Underfoot in Central Nevada explores the rockscape of the region's...
$16.00
Geology of Utah's Rivers
By: William T. Parry Despite being the second-driest state in the U.S., Utah has some remarkable rivers. The Bear is the longest river in the country that does not empty into an ocean. The Colorado crosses the most structural barriers...
$19.95
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