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From the tightly folded formations in the Appalachians across the broad reaches of horizontal sedimentary layers in the Allegheny Plateau, Pennsylvania's rocks record hundreds of millions of years of geologic history that tell an astounding storyThis book enables the reader to recognize the rocks and understand their meaning. It explains the landscapes of Pennsylvania in terms anyone can understand and enjoy.
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Born in 1927 in Orlando, Florida, Bradford B. Van Diver lived in New York state until age 18. He now lives with his wife at Highland Farms in Black Mountain, North Carolina, a retirement community in the Swannanoa Valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Members of the Carolina Mountain Club, Van Diver and his wife hike almost every week on the many trails the mountains offer. They maintain a three-mile section of the Mountains-to-Sea trail near the Blue Ridge Parkway for the CMC and are involved in several other volunteer activities. They stay in shape by swimming several times a week at nearby Warren Wilson College. They are members of the Unitarian Universalist Church of AshevilleVan Diver continues to gain new understanding of the complex geology of his part of the Appalachians, and attempts, through teaching courses, to spread that knowledge.Review:
"Geology minded 'tourists' should welcome this guidebook. If you plan to travel through Pennsylvania . . . don't leave home without this book." --Explorer, The Cleveland Museum of Natural History
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