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by Wallace Hansen,Intermountain Natural History Association,Jean Kostak,John Stacy
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  • Author:
    Wallace Hansen,Intermountain Natural History Association,Jean Kostak,John Stacy
  • ISBN:
    0762738103
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    978-0762738106
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    Falcon Guides; Revised edition (September 1, 2005)
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    160 pages
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Wallace Hansen, Intermountain Natural History Association. Other than the Brooks Range in Alaska, the Uintas are the most prominent east/west range in the United States. They also contain the highest mountains in Utah, many of which exceed 13,000 feet, including Kings Peak at 13,528 feet - the highest point in Utah. While the intended scope of this book is fairly broad, the author presents the geologic story of the Uinta Mountains with a clarity and wit that gives this book a unique and popular appeal. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author.

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While the intended scope of this book is fairly broad, the author presents the geologic story of the Uinta Mountains with a clarity and wit that gives Geologic Story of the Uinta Mountains a unique and popular appeal. Wally Hansen, now retired from the . Geological Survey, is considered to be the unequivocal expert on the geology of this region.

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Other than the Brooks Range in Alaska, the Uintas are the most prominent east/west range in the United States. They also contain the highest mountains in Utah, many of which exceed 13,000 feet, including Kings Peak at 13,528 feet-the highest point in Utah. There are well over 1,000 natural lakes and over 400 miles of streams in this 100-mile long range in northeastern Utah.

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The Uinta Mountains are Laramide uplifted metasedimentary rocks deposited in an.

The Uinta Mountains are Laramide uplifted metasedimentary rocks deposited in an intracratonic basin in southwest Laurentia during the time of the breakup of the supercontinent Rodinia. The Uinta Mountain Group from oldest to youngest includes Uinta Mountain undivided quartz arenite, overlain by the Moosehorn Lake, Mount Watson, Hades Peak, and Red Shale formations. The flanks of the east-west trending Uinta Mountains contain a sequence of Paleozoic and Mesozoic strata ranging from the Cambrian Lodore Formation to the Cretaceous Mancos Shale, all of which have been tilted during.

Other than the Brooks Range in Alaska, the Uintas are the most prominent east/west range in the United States. They also contain the highest mountains in Utah, many of which exceed 13,000 feet, including Kings Peak at 13,528 feet--the highest point in Utah. There are well over 1,000 natural lakes and over 400 miles of streams in this 100-mile long range in northeastern Utah. While the intended scope of this book is fairly broad, the author presents the geologic story of the Uinta Mountains with a clarity and wit that gives this book a unique and popular appeal.