By Albert Dickas
Examining intimately no less than one impressive website for all fifty states, Albert Dickas truly explains the geologic forces at the back of every one one’s beginning in one hundred and one Geologic websites You’ve Gotta See. Dickas discusses not just iconic landforms similar to Devil’s Tower in Wyoming but additionally locales which are frequently ignored but have interesting tales. reflect on the Reelfoot scarp in Tennessee: to the informal observer it truly is not anything greater than a moderate upward push in a farm box. but this refined slope represents a rift shaped in the course of an 1812 earthquake that compelled the amazing Mississippi to stream upstream. Or Lousiana’s unassuming, low-lying Avery Island, which really caps an 8.5-mile-high column of salt. Amply illustrated with full-color images and illustrations and written in transparent but playful prose, 101 Geologic websites You’ve Gotta See will entertain and tell novice and pro geology buffs even if from an armchair or within the field.
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