Written for a non-technical audience interested in geology, Geological Ramblings in Yosemite is a collection of essays by N. King Huber, a geologist emeritus with the U.S. Geological Survey who has extensive field experience in Yosemite National Park. Huber tells the dramatic story of how the park has been shaped by volcanoes, glaciers, stream patterns, erosion, and rock slides. His essays also pay tribute to early geologists and the evolution of how we understand the geological forces at work in the park.
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