Eastern Mojave Vegetation Capitol Reef National Park Road, Wayne County, Utah  
 

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 Cross country, maybe an older road, built before UT Highway 24.

Other articles: Utah Highway 24 at Capitol Reef Natl Pk Rd  

Junction: Utah Highway 24

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- Retallack, Gregory J., 2009.  

Along this portion of Capitol Reef National Park Road, are multiple paleosol collection sites in the Morrison, Cedar Mountain, and Dakota Formation used by Retallack in his 2009 study of greenhouse crises of the past 300 million years. Retallack used stomatal index data for fossil Ginko and related leaves as a proxy for past CO2 spikes and paleosol chemical data as proxies for temperature and humidity changes. These data show that global warming due to CO2 rise is a not a unique event in earth history and that the magnitude of the coming anthropogenic greenhouse pales in comparison with past greenhouse spikes at times of global mass extinctions.

Other articles: Road 1670 20000  

Junction: Road 1670 "Notom Road"
 

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  Retallack, Gregory J. 2009. Greenhouse crises of the past 300 million years. GSA Bulletin. 121(9/10):1441-1455. {TAS-pdf}
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Date and time this article was prepared: 6/17/2017 2:18:33 PM