Interactive Geologic Atlas
Learn more about the park's geology with a module developed by the Interactive Geology Project at the University of Colorado, Boulder. This module uses animations and graphics to display how the Canyonlands landscape evolved over millions of years
This module is bundled in .zip archive. Once downloaded and unpacked, it requires Flash Player to run.
Download Geologic Atlas [4.5 MB .zip file]
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