This year’s Earth Science Week at the Utah Geological Survey welcomed 669 students for hands-on, educational fun! We learned about rocks and minerals, fossils, dinosaurs, geologic processes, and more. Thank you for another fabulous Earth Science Week – see you next year! Special thanks to the American Geosciences Institute (AGI) and Rockhounders Outreach for Community Knowledge […]
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Central Wasatch Range, Salt Lake County Photographer: Zach Anderson © 2018 Pennsylvanian- and Permian-age limestone and sandstone are illuminated by the setting sun near Grandview Peak.
Photo of the Day (POTD) September 27, 2018: Factory Butte, Wayne County Photographer: J. Lucy Jordan © 2018
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