Geology of National Parks, Volume 2

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Kendall Hunt, 2004 - Science - 882 pages
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Highlights the local history as well as the geologic features and developments of national parks formed by stream erosion and weathering, glaciers and wave action, igneous activity, mountain building and uplift, and ground water.
  

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Contents

The Geologic View of Time
5
Virgin Islands National Park
18
Zion National Park 29 Arches and Natural Bridges How the Arches
91
Bryce Canyon National Park 43 The Natural World of the Mesa Verde
103
Badlands National Park
115
Theodore Roosevelt National Park by Rodney
129
Kobuk Valley National Park
139
Sand Dunes Bedrock
149
Rocky Mountain National Park
337
Geologic Features 379 Features Studies of Glacial Advances
453
North Cascades National Park 403 33 Kenai Fjords National Park
467
Volcanic Features Protected in the National Park System
506
Crater Lake National Park
527
Lassen Volcanic National Park
541
Katmai National Park and Preserve
553
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
575

Cuyahoga Valley National Park
164
CAVES AND REEFS
187
Wind Cave National Park by Rodney M
209
Guadalupe Mountains National Park by Ann
233
Everglades National Park
253
Biscayne National Park
265
Dry Tortugas National Park
279
PART Ill LANDSCAPES SHAPED BY CONTINENTAL OR ALPINE GLACIATION
289
Voyageurs National Park
295
Isle Royale National Park
307
Acadia National Park
321
Haleakala National Park
593
The National Park of American Samoa
604
Grand Teton National Park 647 The Final Polish 710
654
Great Basin National Park 663 Geographic Setting and Human History
714
Joshua Tree National Park by D D Trent 693 49 Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks
739
Big Bend National Park
791
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National
835
Glossary
851
Index
863
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