Skip to comments.A Geologist in Grand Canyon
Posted on 06/09/2014 7:37:28 PM PDT by JimSEA
Join Arizona Geological Survey geologist Steve Rauzi and a team of Conoco geoscientists as they raft through Grand Canyon examining the Precambrian Chuar Group. The trip, which occurred in 1996, begins at Lees Ferry and ends at river-mile 225. The expedition resulted in two publications by the Arizona Geological Survey: OFR-98-17
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NOOOOOO!!! They're going to tear down the Grand Canyon to get the........stuff!!!!!
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A trip down the Grand Canyon is amazing!
Thanks for a welcome change in REALITY!
I did this raft trip when I turned 50. Awesome experience. I think we were on the river 18 days. The river and I became as one - all my clothes were the same color brown as the river. Sand everywhere.
If my health were better I’d do it! It’s pretty much my dream trip. I envy you. As is, there are some interesting but short hikes here in Oregon I can handle. The Newberry National Volcano Park, Crater Lake and the McKenzie lava fields are on our frequent visitor list.
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