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O-07-17 CD

Preliminary Geologic Map of the Aspen Lake 7.5 Quadrangle, Klamath County, Oregon
Nearly one third of the Aspen Lake Quadrangle falls within the confines of the Mountain Lakes Wilderness Area. Anyone who has either read about or visited regions within the higher portions of the Cascade Mountains knows that the landscape is an interesting mix of volcanic and glacial features, often referred to by the imagination-inciting phrase “fire and ice.” For example, glacial features formed through erosion like U-shaped valleys, arętes, and cirques are easily distinguished, and glacial lakes, the largest of which is Lake Harriette, the centerpiece of the Mountain Lakes Wilderness, are numerous if one hikes the Mountain Lakes Loop Trail. 2007
Publisher: DOGAMI
by Stanley A. Mertzman, Stephen G. Weaver, Andrew Gavin and Karyn Powers

Size: CD-ROM

Price: $10.00


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