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For the Grand Canyon geology geeks

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Neat new graphics for the 100th anniversary.
http://repository.azgs.az.gov/sites/def ... le_v3b.pdf
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Canyonram wrote:Be informed before sipping As and U from Page/Miner’s Spring
I haven't read your links yet, but there are enough radiation warnings in the workings on the mesa above to make me think twice.
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@Canyonram
Very interesting read. Thanks for posting.
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More geology goodies:

" . . . A Geology Guide for Visiting the South Rim of Grand Canyon"
https://journals.lib.unb.ca/index.php/G ... 1882525794

Karl Karlstrom & Laurie Crossey
GeoScience Canada Vol. 46 2019

Open access info---not behind a paywall.
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