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Uintas

Field camp BYU 2014

For the last week of field camp at BYU, Summer Rupper and I took about half the students up to Moon Lake in the Uintas. Students studied the geomorphology of the unique area, rich with fluvial, glacial and mass wasting history, along with chemistry of the lake and springs. It was a beautiful area, and promising for future studies.

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Please credit Jani Radebaugh for all pics, thank you!