Geology Underfoot in Death Valley and Owens Valley

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Geology Books
$18.00
$18.00

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 each weave the tale of a geological feature or relationship in this land of extremes. Some sketches ponder questions that puzzle geologists: how do stones slide across Racetrack playa? Others spotlight the earth-sculpturing role of volcanoes and earthquakes: lava columns at Devils Postpile and fault scarps that shape a golf course. Still others focus on less obvious but equally powerful processes: boulders shattered by salt crystals and rocks blasted by windblown sand.

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Published: 1997
Pages: 321

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