1 edition of Highlights of northern Arizona geology found in the catalog.
Highlights of northern Arizona geology
Additional reading: p. 33-34.
|Statement||compiled and edited by Robin Frisch-Gleason.|
|Series||Down-to-earth ;, 7, Arizona Geological Survey down-to-earth series ;, 7.|
|Contributions||Frisch-Gleason, Robin., Arizona Geological Survey.|
|LC Classifications||QE85 .H44 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
|LC Control Number||98233958|
Arizona Highways magazine has made famous the red rocks around Sedona and in Monument Valley and Canyon de Chelly. In fact, Arizona has 16 national monuments, more than any other state (Figure 18). Some are geologic features such as Sunset Crater, just northeast of Flagstaff. The Arizona Geological Survey (AZGS) serves as a primary source of geologic information to enhance public understanding of the geologic character, geologic hazards, and mineral resources of Arizona.
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OCLC Number: Description: 34 pages: illustrations, maps ; 28 cm. Contents: Geologic features of northern Arizona / by Stephen J. Reynolds --Geology of side canyons of the Colorado / by Andre R.
Potochnik and Stephen J. Reynolds --Petrified wood: legacy from a late Triassic landscape / by Evelyn M. VandenDolder --Arizona geology: an aerial tour of northern Arizona / by Peter L. Kresan. Highlights of Northern Arizona Geology.
Reference: Author: Frisch-Gleason, Robin (ed.) Publisher: Arizona Geological Survey Binding: Soft Cover Book Condition: Near Fine. Tweet Share Pinterest Send to a friend *: *: * Share on Facebook. Print $ Quantity. Add to cart. Add to. Frisch-Gleason, R.,Highlights of Northern Arizona Geology.
Arizona Geological Survey Down-to-Earth #7, 45 p. Abbot and Cook seem to have struck a good balance in their "Geology Underfoot in Northern Arizona". Unless you are put off by their occasionally florid prose (words like stunning, majesty, breathtaking, and dazzling often appear) you should find their book a good introduction to a cross-section (pun intended) of the Geology of Northern Arizona/5(19).
Learn about the Geology of Northern Arizona with maps, photos and expert descriptions. This 6"x9" paperback has pages that are packed with detailed information about Northern Arizona Geology.
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Bezy,56 p. In ROADSIDE GEOLOGY OF ARIZONA, Halka Chronic relates the story of Arizona's geology, which varies considerably from North to South. In the Basin & Range area, where I live, collisions between vast tectonic plates built mountains that rivaled the Sierras before they were worn down by millions of years of wind,water, and unrelenting s: Highlights of Northern Arizona Geology.
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Roadside Geology and Geology Underfoot books will help you learn about the geology of your favorite state. These books are great to take on a trip, but they work even better if you use them in advance to plan your trip wisely. Each book is a 6"x9" paperback loaded with maps, photos, cross-sections, sketches and expert descriptions.
One of northern Arizona’s hidden treasures is the Mogollon Rim drive, a passable dirt road through the forest along 2,foot cliffs with stunning views all along the way, and some great trails. NAG stands for Northern Arizona Geology. NAG is defined as Northern Arizona Geology very frequently.
NAG stands for Northern Arizona Geology. professor of geology at Yavapai College in Prescott and author of books on northern Arizona geology, Format: Paperback Verified Purchase. Highlights of northern Arizona geology by, The oldest Precambrian rocks in northern Arizona, in the Prescott area and in the bottom of the Grand Canyon, were deposited and metamorphosed during the Yavapai episode of mountain building.
These ancient rocks are 1, to 1, million years old (Ma). These rocks are a series of. School of Earth & Sustainability. Integrating physical, biological, and social perspectives on our changing earth: At Northern Arizona University, we train undergraduate and graduate students to be leading researchers and practitioners in geology, environmental sciences, and sustainability, often collaborating across disciplinary students spend time learning in the field.
This interesting book uses plate tectonics as its central theme; it acquaints readers with California geology. Basic principles in the beginning of the book and tables of highlights for each province enable the reader to understand the whole picture of catastrophic national disasters, California history, mining methods, and societal impacts; it brings the lessons of geology closer to the Price: $ One of the most photographed points in Northern Arizona is Spider Rock.
It is at the junction of Canyon de Chelly and Monument Canyon. Spider Rock is about feet high and has roads and farmed land on the canyon floor. There is also livestock in the canyon. A jeep tour inside the canyon is advisable; many of the sights are not visible from.
But Arizona, the northern half in particular, has been blessed with so many beautiful and wonderful stories that are part of the history of the birth and development of North America.
And the area is so sparsely vegetated c Even if you're unable to visit northern Arizona if you love geology, you'll love this book/5(3). Inappropriate The list (including its title or description) facilitates illegal activity, or contains hate speech or ad hominem attacks on a fellow Goodreads member or author.
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The collection also contains representative holdings from other Pueblo groups (Acoma, San Ildefonso, Santa Clara, etc.), and Havasupai and Colorado Plateau Tribes. These collections include accoutrements, baskets, carved figures, ceramics. NAU focuses on providing a student-centered experience through distinguished programs led by committed professors.
Find out more about all NAU has to offer now!. TY - CHAP. T1 - Side canyons of the Colorado River, Grand Canyon. AU - Potochnik, A. R. AU - Reynolds, Stephen. PY - Y1 - N2 - Written in a field guide format, the paper first describes the geographic and geologic setting of the Colorado river .We also host an e-Magazine - formally Fieldnotes and Arizona Geology newsletter - Arizona Geology Blog ( - ), Arizona Mining Review e-Video Magazine (), Youtube channel (AZGSweb), the AZGS Mining Data website, and social media - Facebook, Twitter, and Flickr.meet the interests of the State of Arizona.
When the National Geologic Mapping Program began inArizona’s advisory panel recommended that mapping begin in the Phoenix-Tucson corridor, which encompasses only about 20 percent of Arizona’s land, but includes about 80 .