Tag Archive for: Colorado
Who knew paleontology could be so cute.
Tiny tracks found in Colorado are so small that they could belong to a kitten. But these footprints actually belong to baby stegosaurs — the only such tracks ever found.
This really expands the boundaries of the classroom and takes learning to a whole new level. Wow!
The Four Corners School of Outdoor Education has one mighty big campus – the entire 130,000-square-mile Colorado Plateau.
Before the movie or even the book, the United States dedicated a park specifically to Jurassic dinosaurs. Dinosaur National Monument straddles the border between Colorado and Utah, a national park stuffed to the canyons with fossils from dinosaurs that roamed long ago.
Interim Geologic Map of the Seep Ridge 30′ x 60′ Quadrangle, Uintah, Duchesne, and Carbon Counties, Utah, and Garfield and Rio Blanco Counties, Colorado
Douglas A. Sprinkel
Web only- 3 pl., 1:100,000, contains GIS data (supercedes OFR-507)