Geology of National Parks

Cedar Breaks National Monument

A photo tour featuring park geology and scenery

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Click here to start a 3D tour of the Cedar Breaks National Monument in southwestern Utah.
You will need 3-D glasses to view this series of anaglyphic images.
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Map of Cedar Breaks National Monument
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Click here to learn more about Cedar Breaks National Monument (National Park Service website:

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Stratigraphy of Cedar Breaks National Monument (a columnar section)

Park geology after: Hatfield, S., and others, 2000, Geology of Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah: In, Sprinkel, D. A., Cidsey, T. C., and Anderson P. P. (editor), Geology of Utah's Parks and Monuments: Utah Geological Association Publication 28, p139-154.

Click here to see cited references and geologic map information. For a more comprehesive synopsis of the geology and natural history of Cedar Breaks National Monument see:

National Park Service, Natural Resource Program Center, 2006, Cedar Breaks National Monument Geologic Resource Evaluation Report Natural Resource Report NPS/NRPC/GRD/NRR—2006/006, 29 p.

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This website contains images produced from stereo photo pairs that were manipulated into anaglyphs (3-D images). You will need red-and-cyan stereo viewing glasses to get the 3-D visual effects. Photgraphy on this website was taken in 2008.

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