26 March 2011
I’ll be spending all day tomorrow at the Buffalo Geological Society’s annual Gem and Mineral Show, so here’s a photo resource post to fill space until I can get back to talking about earthquakes & volcanoes.
The Bureau of Land Management is responsible for maintaining the public lands which don’t fall under the purview of the Park Service – which is more than 253 million acres spread over the entire country. They also maintain an Image Library with great photos of the holdings, as well as preservation, wildlife and fire management activities. There are a lot of geologic features in these photos, but it takes a bit of digging to find them (unless you know the name of the area you’re searching for). Here are some highlights: