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Capitol Reef National Park

Capitol Reef National Park

  WATERPOCKET FOLD, that’s a new term I learned about when we visited Capital Reef National Park. This is how the National Park Services describes this phenomenon: A nearly 100-mile long warp in the Earth’s crust, the Waterpocket Fold is a classic monocline: a regional fold with one very steep side in an area of … Continue reading »

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