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Rock stars from coastal California’s past

Pyramid Cliff

California is home to many natural wonders due to its varied climate and topography which includes both forest and coastal lands. For the July 6, 1901, issue of Scientific American, author, big-game fisher, and former curator at the American Museum of Natural History Charles F. Holder wrote a piece on some of the interesting and [...]

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Linking Erosional and Depositional Landscapes

The surface of Earth is being reshaped constantly. Mountainous uplands are broken down by water and wind producing sediment that is moved by rivers to lowlands. Some of this sediment is deposited along the way, some is delivered to the coast and continental shelf, and some makes its way to the ultimate sink, the deep [...]

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