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Some of the articles on these pages were written for different print and web based publications over a period of several years.  They have been left in their original form, though some have been edited for typos and other minor corrections.  Please make note of the year of original publication as much may have changed in either my technique or specific location information since original publication.

Some articles are new and written specifically for this site.  They are dated as shown.

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Concepts: National Park Service, Colorado Plateau, Utah, Mojave Desert, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Navajo Nation, Southwestern United States

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