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... able to measure and calculate that at this point the CO2 levels are at 1,200–1,500 parts per million volume (ppmv). This is compared to today's 400 ppmv.
The Cretaceous Period (145-72 MYA) followed characterized by the proliferation of flowering plants and new types of insects. As mountains rose in the west, the Gulf of Mexico was created separating North and South America.
In Zion, the pebble to cobble conglomerate and tan sandstone that ...
... near Saint George, we stopped by the Chuckwalla crag on our last morning, so that Darrell could try out some of the steep, juggy climbing there. In fact, Amanda managed a couple of 5.10a routes, and Darrell was well pleased with himself when he onsighted a 5.11d and a 5.12a (French 7a and 7a )! ...
... Mountains just south of Salt Lake City. The hike to the cave tour (Park Ranger led tour) is 1.5 miles in length and climbs over 1100 feet in elevation. Although the pathway is paved, it is steep and narrow and in numerous places you are walking in a path cut out of a vertical cliff. Hike is exhilarating and strenuous but it really added to the experience. The cave itself is pretty amazing. From places along the trail we could ...
... American party to see it, way back in 1826. *** We arrive in St. George late in the afternoon. It’s 2,860 feet above sea level, but still quite warm. St. George is the second fastest-growing metropolitan area in the U.S., behind only Greeley, Colorado. With a population of around 75,000, St. George is Utah’s most populous city outside of the Wasatch Front, home to Salt Lake City, Ogden and Provo. ...
We arrived at St. George in the early afternoon on Friday, the 28th of March, after an easy sub-three hundred mile day. We have finally achieved Warm Weather Status, it seems. We stopped by at the local Camping World RV dealership and visited with the Service Manager, John. We have an appointment set for Monday morning to check out our furnace and a couple of other issues that Fiona has presented us with. It went well.