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by Wesley M. Howe

  • ISBN: 089672395X
  • Category: Travel
  • Author: Wesley M. Howe
  • Subcategory: United States
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Texas Tech University Press; First edition (May 15, 1998)
  • Pages: 248 pages
  • FB2 size: 1733 kb
  • EPUB size: 1153 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
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The San Juan Basin is a geologic structural basin located near the Four Corners region of the Southwestern United States. The basin cover 7,500 square miles and resides in northwestern New Mexico, southwestern Colorado, and parts of Utah and Arizona. Specifically, the basin occupies space in the San Juan, Rio Arriba, Sandoval, and McKinley counties in New Mexico, and La Plata and Archuleta counties in Colorado

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Brachychampsa montana fossils from the San Juan Basin are rela-. tively common known from Alberta or Montana to the Big Bend of Texas, so they repre-. sent a single crocodylian assemblage found throughout most of the West-. known from Alberta or Montana to the Big Bend of Texas, so they repre-. ern Interior Upper Cretaceous.

Wheeler Peak (New Mexico). For other summits, see Wheeler Peak. Taos Ski Valley lies to the northwest of Wheeler Peak, while both the town of Taos and Taos Pueblo are about 15 miles (24 km) to the southwest. Wheeler Peak is the focus of the 19,661-acre (7. 7 km2) Wheeler Peak Wilderness area in the Carson National Forest. Much of the mountain area just south of the peak is on Taos Pueblo land.

Badlands of New Mexico's San Juan Basin. Hoodoos in Ah-Shi-Sle-Pah area. Images (1). Climber's Log Entries. No fees or permits required. View Badlands of New Mexico's San Juan Basin Image Gallery - 1 Images.

Discovering the San Juan Basin? Curious as to how Durango got its name? What are the common plants and animals you can see? Who were Ike and Port Stockton? Want to learn more about mining? When was the Pueblo Revolt? What is the Old Spanish Trail? Who were some of the more notable characters who left their mark on the region?The answers to those questions and more can be found in this handy guide.Containing more than one thousand entries on topics ranging from western mythology, geology, history, natural history, well-known figures, little-known trivia and intriguing anecdotes as well as suggested itineraries and a list of resources to find more in-depth information, this guide is sure to enhance your enjoyment of all the region has to offer. Covering southwestern Colorado and northwestern New Mexico, the San Juan basin offers a rich and colorful history, wonderful landscapes, and recreation for explorers of all types and ages. After a successful career in public management, Wesley M. Howe now resides in Durango, where he is writing a series of biographies on notables of the Four Corners Region.

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