Geology and Natural History of Yellowstone

Geology and Natural History of Yellowstone

Course Number: GEO X460.79

4 units

Spanning the roof of the Rocky Mountains, Yellowstone National Park is one of the most spectacular places on earth. Recognized by the United States as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Yellowstone is famed for its scenic grandeur, unparalled geysers and hot springs, and extraordinary displays of wildlife. It is also one of the most active and violent volcanic regions in the Western U.S., with the potential for colossal eruptions in the future. Join a week-long exploration of the amazing landscpae and history of Yellowstone.


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