Book - Roadside Geology of Wisconsin
Roadside Geology of Wisconsin
by Robert H. Dott, Jr and John W. Attig
Discover the ice-sculpted landscape that intrigued and inspired John Muir, Aldo Leopold and Frank Lloyd Wright. From potholes carved into Precambrian basalt by floods of glacial meltwater to the fossil tracks of ancient creatures, the rocks of Wisconsin reveala geologic story that spans 2.8 billion years. Thirty-five road guides interpret the geology visible from the highways and state and county parks. Points of interest covered are High Cliff State Park, Kettle Moraine, Cave Point County Park, Wisconsin Dells, Baraboo Hills, Devils Lake State Park, among many others.
2004 Mountain Press Publishing, Missoula, Montana