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field guide and sourcebook to geology of the eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan

A. Lawrence Goldman

field guide and sourcebook to geology of the eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan

intended primarily for secondary earth science teachers

by A. Lawrence Goldman

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Published by Dept. of Geology, Western Michigan University in [Kalamazoo, Mich.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Michigan -- Guidebooks

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby A. Lawrence Goldman, Jr
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 88 p. :
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14527792M

    "We opted to hike a loop that included Chapel Rock (3 miles) then a trail section along Lake Superior which provided spectacular views (4 miles) and then the mile trail back to the trailhead parking lot." "We did the long loop to Chapel Falls, Chapel Rock, Chapel Beach, the Lakeshore Trail with stunning overviews of the Pictured Rocks, then the Mosquito Falls trail.". This Interactive eBook Edition of the Eastern Upper Peninsula Michigan Fishing Map Guide brings everything you love about the print edition to your phone, tablet, or computer with expanded access information, current fishing reports, and more! Whether you prefer to research, take notes and print maps from home or go straight to the lake, this digital version allows you to access your maps and.

    In text and illustrations, Geology of Michigan tells this fascinating story. The authors, both experienced field geologists, offer descriptions of the principal geologic features of the state, explain the origin of these features, and portray the geologic evolution of Michigan from earliest times to the present. He is the editor of the Soils section for the International Encyclopedia of Geography (Association of American Geographers) and a Fellow of the Geological Society of America. He is an expert in the soils and landforms of the Great Lakes region, and he is editor-in-chief of .

    Due to changes with our textbook provider it has also caused the following changes to our online textbook site. The Lake Mary quadrangle is in eastern Iron County, in the west part of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The quadrangle is underlain by Lower and Middle Precambrian rocks, formerly designated Archean and Algonkian rocks, and is extensively covered by Pleistocene glacial deposits. A few Upper Precambrian (Keweenawan) diabase dikes and two remnants of sandstone and dolomite of early Paleozoic.


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