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Geology Underfoot in Death Valley and Owens Valley

Walking / Outdoor Guide Geology Guide
By: Robert Sharp and Allen F Glazner
Geology Underfoot in Death Valley and Owens Valley
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  • Geology Underfoot in Death Valley and Owens Valley ISBN: 9780878423620 Paperback Dec 1997 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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Eastern California boasts the greatest dryland relief in the contiguous United States, offering a rich variety of environments and spectacular geology. Illustrated with photographs, maps, and diagrams, "Geology Underfoot in Death Valley and Owens Valley" provides an on-the-ground look at the processes sculpting the terrain in this land of extremes for everyone interested in how the earth works.

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