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The mix of a protracted geologic checklist and wonderful surroundings has attracted geologists to the Rocky Mountain and Cordilleran areas for 2 centuries. previous and ongoing geologic learn during this sector has ended in a wealth of important observations and paradigm shifts in interpretations. This box advisor, compiled for the 2011 joint assembly of the GSA Rocky Mountain and Cordilleran Sections, offers a small and succulent appetizer to the entire menu of exceptional geology of the Rocky Mountain and Cordillera areas. box journeys provided during this quantity span geologic issues from Neoproterozoic deposits, past due Paleozoic-early Mesozoic terrane accretion, Eocene mammals and weather, Eocene to center Miocene extension, past due Miocene and more youthful basin and river method evolution, and Pleistocene glaciers and pluvial lakes.
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