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Zion National Park
Patterns for Zion's Future

37 12' 55 N
112 56' 08 W

The geologic formations we observe today are the result of millions of years of the earth's movement, periods of huge seas, extreme dryness, and constant erosion and change. Although we can only look back at what we know of geologic history, the patterns that have existed for the past millions of years are likely to continue. What will the places in the pictures below look like in another million years?

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