2 edition of Geology of Simpsons Gap National Park found in the catalog.
Geology of Simpsons Gap National Park
G. A. Wakelin-King
|Other titles||Simpsons Gap National Park.|
|Series||Report,, 6, Report (Northern Territory Geological Survey) ;, 6.|
|Contributions||Northern Territory Geological Survey.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 92/12570 (Q)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||89211078|
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Simpsons Gap and area is an important site for Aboriginal people, as several dreaming trails cross here. The area was used as a pastoral station before being declared a National Park in Environment / Nature A visit to Simpsons Gap can include investigation into water hole.
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D.D. Trent and Richard W. Hazlett have traced the evolution of this desert landscape through a rich narrative that serves both newly inquisitive visitors as well as students of natural history. Arches National Park. Utah is lousy with beautiful national parks. Thanks to the uplift of the Colorado Plateau on which the state sits, many layers of relatively easily eroded sedimentary rocks.
Native Americans used the gap as a key point for trade and seasonal migration. It became a major part of the Wilderness Road, the route European Americans took to settle in the "wilderness" of Kentucky and Tennessee from the original 13 colonies. Today, Cumberland Gap is part of the national park system.Read for: Geology of US National Parks Fun class, rarely used the book, but it does provide and easy to follow and fairly easy to understand geological analysis of many parks and monuments in the US.
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