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eBook Visions of Antelope Island and Great Salt Lake ePub

by Dan Miller,Marlin Stum

  • ISBN: 0874212693
  • Category: Photography and Video
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Dan Miller,Marlin Stum
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Utah State Univ Pr; Ex-Library edition (August 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 185
  • ePub book: 1481 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1895 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Stum has spent much of his life exploring the island and Great Salt Lake both on site and through . Dan Miller has been a photographer since 1979.

Marlin freelances from his home in Salt Lake City and is a travel correspondent with Standard Examiner in Ogden. His articles have appeared in magazines such as Canoe, Climbing, Alaska Magazine, and Edging West and in newspapers that include the Seattle Times, Austin American-Statesman, and the Arizona Daily Star.

He consistently considers Antelope Island in the context of the environment and history of Great Salt Lake and the Salt Lake Valley, from which its story cannot be separated.

Visions of Antelope Island and Great Salt Lake meets the need for a thoughtful and entertaining overview of this important Utah landmark. arlin Stum, journalist and nature writer, grew up east of Antelope Island. He consistently considers Antelope Island in the context of the environment and history of Great Salt Lake and the Salt Lake Valley, from which its story cannot be separated.

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Natural history Utah Great Salt Lake Region Antelope Island. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book Visions of Antelope Island and Great Salt Lake, by Marlin Stum ; photographs by Dan Miller.

Marlin Stum has written: 'Visions of Antelope Island and Great Salt Lake' - subject(s): Natural history, Description . No, Salt Lake City is named after the lake, which is nearby the city, not in it. Note that the lake is about 100 times larger than the city. Asked in Lakes and Rivers, Great Salt Lake.

Marlin Stum has written: 'Visions of Antelope Island and Great Salt Lake' - subject(s): Natural history, Description and travel. Asked in Rhode Island, Salt Lake City, Population. Is Salt Lake city the largest city on the great salt lake? Yes. However, Salt Lake City is a few miles from the lake. Asked in Utah, Lakes and Rivers, Salt Lake City, Great Salt Lake. Was Salt Lake City named after The Great Salt Lake? Yes.

Visions of Antelope Island and Great Salt Lake. Logan: Utah State University Press, 1999.

square miles) and salinity fluctuate widely with precipitation patterns. The fur trader James Bridger visited the lake in December 1824, becoming the first documented non-Native to do so, though another fur trapper, Etienne Provost, may have visited two months earlier. Visions of Antelope Island and Great Salt Lake. Dictionary of American History Fountain, Steven M.

The Great Salt Lake, located in the northern part of the . state of Utah, is the largest salt water lake in the Western Hemisphere, and the eighth-largest terminal lake in the world.

Great Salt Lake - Antelope Island State Park Entrance Sign. A view of the Great Salt Lake from Antelope Island, cloud cover hiding the mountains across the still lake, and rain just about to fall. Views of mountain peaks and the city of Syracuse from Antelope Island State Park in Utah, USA. Water reflections, traveling road, Great Salt Lake.

In a state known for its unusual landscape, Utah's Antelope Island is an underrated paragon of uniqueness. Surrounded by a shallow sea of salt, the parched ground is a desert isle hydrated by a few freshwater springs. From the highlands, a panorama of natural scenic beauty is described by prominent peaks, points and bays. For the next 100 years, domesticated animals were restrained by a seaside ranch

Along the urban corridor of the Wasatch Front, much of the western horizon is formed by the distinctive ridge line of Antelope Island in Great Salt Lake. A state park, the island is a favorite destination for Utah outdoor recreationists and visiting tourists. Despite its familiarity to Utahns and others, many know little about the island's environment and history. Marlin Stum satisfies the need for a thoughtful and entertaining overview of this important Utah landmark.