A field guide to the Grand Canyon

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Natural history -- Arizona -- Grand Canyon -- Guidebooks, Grand Canyon (Ariz.) -- Guide
Other titlesGrand Canyon
StatementStephen R. Whitney.
GenreGuidebooks
The Physical Object
Pagination269 p. :
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Open LibraryOL23270427M
LC Control Number96022642

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A Field Guide to the Grand Canyon by Stephen R. Whitney. This is the most thorough traditional field guide to the Canyon, complete with pictures of flora and fauna for identification in the field.

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An Introduction to Grand Canyon National Park. Around million people each year see the 1 mile deep ( km) Grand Canyon each year. The canyon is river miles (km) long, and up to 18 miles (29km) wide.

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The Grand Canyon Geology Training Manual overviews the park’s geology, including information that ranges from the introductory level to more advanced concepts. It was written to help interpreters, tour guides, teachers and others learn more about the canyon’s geology and to help them share the park’s geology with others.

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