Creation of the Teton Landscape
by J. D. Love, John C. Reed
Publisher: Grand Teton Natural History Association 1989
Number of pages: 120
This booklet, prepared by two members of the U.S. Geological Survey, discusses how geologic phenomena are responsible for the magnificent scenery of the Teton region. Colorfully illustrated look at the park's geologic makeup, includes colorful back-cover fold-out geologic map of the park.
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