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Sea Stacks: Washington and Oregon Coasts

Posted by on Jul 5, 2015 in Erosion, Just Cool Earth Science, Location, PacNW/Rockies, recent, Western North America Coast | 0 comments

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Cutthroat Lake Trail: Colluvium Paradise

Posted by on Jul 4, 2015 in Cascade Mountains, Erosion, Just Cool Earth Science, Location, PacNW/Rockies, recent, Stream Character | 0 comments

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Idaho Transportation Culture Seen Through Roadcuts

Posted by on Mar 31, 2014 in Erosion, Geoarchenomics, PacNW/Rockies, Politics and Geography, recent, Rocky Mountains, Rocky Relationship With Nature | 2 comments

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Elliott Bay Bike Trail: a Bit of Natural History

Posted by on May 17, 2013 in 3D Graffiti, Erosion, Just Cool Earth Science, Lands of Many Uses, Location, recent, Rocky Relationship With Nature, Washington, Wetlands, Where Creativity Roams | 0 comments

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Basalt Monocline and Ice-age Grand Coulee

Posted by on Apr 24, 2013 in Columbia River Basalts, Erosion, Fire and the Landscape, Just Cool Earth Science, Location, PacNW/Rockies, recent, Stream Character, Volcanoes, Washington | 6 comments

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Basalts and Ice Age Floods of Grant Co, Washington

Posted by on Apr 21, 2013 in Columbia River Basalts, Erosion, Fire and the Landscape, Just Cool Earth Science, recent, Stream Character, Volcanoes, Washington | 12 comments

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Cirques, ArĂȘtes, and Horns, Oh My! Glacier National Park

Posted by on Oct 8, 2012 in Erosion, Glacier National Park, Just Cool Earth Science, Location, PacNW/Rockies, recent, Rocky Mountains, Stream Character, Wetlands | 0 comments

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Coal Creek Hikes: Ford Slope Mine

Posted by on Oct 7, 2012 in Erosion, Geoarchaeology, Lands of Many Uses, Let's Mess with Nature, PacNW/Rockies, Rocky Relationship With Nature, Stream Character, Washington | 0 comments

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