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Rocks, Minerals, and Soil
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Pass through the Mountains
Up a pass through the Rocky mountains. Pioneers might have gone up this same pass as they travelled west.
Curriculum: History/Social Science
62.  Image
Inyo National Forest
Mountains and lake in Inyo National Park
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science
63.  Image
Inyo Forest
Hiking up the Inyo National Park on rocks and through an evergreen forest.
Curriculum: Science
64.  Image
Eastern Sierras
Rocks and grass on a hill in the eastern Sierras. This is the environment many of the pioneers travelled over on their way west.
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science
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Eastern Sierra
On the eastern side of the Sierras, there are deserts and rocky terrain.
Curriculum: History/Social Science, Science
66.  Image
Above Owens Valley
From the top of Mt. Whitney, here's a view of Owens Valley
Curriculum: History/Social Science
67.  Image
Stalactites in a cave in Okinawa, Japan. Stalactites are icicle-like formations on the ceiling of caverns created from the mineral-rich water dripping down, ...
Curriculum: Science
68.  Image
Sedimentary Layers
Geologists study these sedimentary layers in order to reconstruct ancient landscapes and, in turn, determine how these landscapes changed over time.
Curriculum: Science, History/Social Science
69.  Image
City of Rocks
View from the top of City of Rocks National Reserve in Idaho. The exposed rocks were shaped by the forces of erosion; the tops dissolved by rainwater and mi...
Curriculum: Science, History/Social Science
70.  Web Site
City of Rocks National Reserve
Culture and historical information about the City of Rocks area in Idaho.
Curriculum: Science, History/Social Science

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