Enliven your next trip across the prairie with this comprehensive guide to Nebraska's surpisingly diverse geology. Discover toadstools eroded out of jointed sandstone, rhinoceroses, entombed in volcanic ash, and the largest dune field in the Western Hemisphere. With detailed maps and engaging writing, Roadside Geology of Nebraska describes the geologic features visible from the state's highways and leads you to outcrops tucked away in wooded river valleys.
|Publisher:||Mountain Press Publishing Company, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
George Englemann specializes in vertebrate paleontology--specifically, mammal fossils and their distribution through time and place--something of particular interest in Nebraska.
Robert Shuster researches such diverse topics as environmental geology, geoarchaeology, and the origin of granites.