Originally created as a museum exhibit, Geologic History of the Pacific Northwest has been called the best visual display of Pacific NW geology that currently exists. It serves as a real-world example illustrating general tectonics, volcanism, and sedimentary processes. Used widely in classrooms (about 6th grade through college), it also makes a great museum/nature center gift shop or bookstore item for geology enthusiasts.
The GeoMap presents a three-dimensional slice through Washington State, picking up the major points of geologic interest. Side One relates familiar landforms to their underlying tectonic and volcanic processes, while Side Two presents a closer view of more recent topside events that have shaped the landscape.
At 15"x 24", the map size is ideal for use at home on the table, or in the classroom by teams of two students. Many educators prefer two posters for display, in order to show both sides at once. Printed on durable poster stock. Lamination is suggested for heavy use. (Scroll down to see Side Two.)
At the request of teachers and professors, detail images of the GeoMap are available on a Pacific NW GeoMap CD-ROM for projectable GeoMap images.
Geologic History of the Pacific Northwest GeoMap
Illustrated by Cynthia Shaw
Text by Stephen P. Reidel, Ph.D.
Two sides; 15x24"
Pricing: $9.95 each for one; $8.45 each for two; $7.45 each for 3-15; $5.95 each for 16 or more
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