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Geology of National Parks

Rocky Mountain National Park
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What is in this guide?

This guide presents selected resources related to the geology of US national parks. To find additional material, search the library catalog using common keywords like national parks and geology, or the name of a particular park. You can also browse the Science Library Annex collection in the QE71 - QE79 call number range, or browse virtually by choosing "Advanced Search" under "Search the Catalog" and choosing "Science Library Annex" from the Location dropdown menu.

Books

The following books can be found in the UNC library collection. Click on each title to see more detailed information, including specific location.

General

Specific Parks

Alaskan Parks

Badlands

Big Bend

Canyonlands and Arches

Death Valley

Everglades

Grand Canyon

Great Smoky Mountains

Rocky Mountains

Western Parks

Yellowstone and Grand Tetons

Yosemite

Websites

National Park Service

  • Search by Geologic Feature
    Explore national parks by geologic feature. Each topic page links to parks with those features, including caves, fossils, glaciers, volcanoes, and more.
  • Search by Park Name
    Search by name of park to find information about the park's geology.
  • Search by State
    Search by state to locate national parks and learn about the park's geology.
  • Geologic Wonders of the National Parks
    Examples of geologic phenomena at selected parks.
  • Geology in the Parks
    The NPS and USGS present information on general geology topics and the geology of selected parks, including virtual field trips.

U.S. Geological Survey

Article Databases

Librarian Profile

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Interlibrary Loan

Can't find the article, book, or report you need at our library? You can request it from another library through interlibrary loan.