Geology and Natural History of Northern Death Valley

Course Number: GEO X451.1


1.5 units

The northern section of Death Valley National Park is a seldom-visited wonderland of fascinating geologic processes that were also the backdrop for a colorful Wild-West past. Within this remote area lie ghost towns, faulted mountain ranges, young volcanoes and mysterious "moving" rocks. Explores the remarkable natural and human history of the area through moderate hiking and off-road travel.


No Prerequisites for this course

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