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Colorado Geologic Highway Map

Colorado Geologic Highway Map


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Colorado Geologic Highway Map and Shaded Elevation Map with 14,000 ft. peaks, selected mining districts, & dinosaur localities.

Also includes geologic explanation, description of formations, cross section, and discussion of Colorado's geology, water, & energy & mineral resources.

Geological formations are depicted in full color, along with cities, towns, interstates, highways, and some local roads. Also a Geologic Explanation, Description of Formations, and a Cross Section on the front. On the back is a full color shaded elevation map of Colorado, with selected mining districts and dinosaur localities, along with text information.
ISBN 10: 1-881262-00-6
UPC: 7 42663 69501 7
Size: 24x37 .. Folded: 4 1/8 x 9
Scale: 1:1,000,000 .. 1 in. = appx. 16 miles
Paper .. 2006 Edition
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