Park Science 32(2)—Winter 2015–2016

Park Science 32(2)—Winter 2015–2016

Cover Image: Soils of national parks offer an array of colors and textures that tell stories of their formation, provide hints to the past history of Earth, and help explain what we see today on the park landscape. From left to right: Soils of Redwood National Park (California), New River Gorge National River (West Virginia), Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve (Idaho), Sequoia–Kings Canyon National Parks (California), and Mojave National Preserve (California). Note: Depth scale (centimeters) applies only to the leftmost photo. All photos USDA–NRCS, left to right: Joe Seney, Rob Pate, Bob Kukachka, Susan Southard (2)

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Online: 15 June 2017; In print: 15 April 2016

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