Tag Archives: Geologic Time

The Place Where Water Runs Through Rock

Antelope Canyon located in Northern Arizona is well known around the world! Just outside of Page, Arizona lies Antelope Canyon. Located on the Navajo Indian Reservation.  The Dine (The People as the Navajos call themselves), manage the use of the … Continue reading

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Sunset Crater – Geologic past and an uncertain future?

The last great Volcanic period in Northern Arizona started in 1,064-65 AD. The Sunset Crater eruptions continued for 150 years on and off.  In Geologic time this is a blink of the eye!  Native Americans in nearby Wupatki  first inhabited … Continue reading

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Icehouse or Greenhouse?

I got this rather concise geological history of Ice Ages from Paul Handovers blog “Learning from Dogs” post called “Nature is in Charge!” The BBCs radio presentation of “In Our Time” with Melvyn Bragg is fascinating as he interviews Professors … Continue reading

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