The birds of Southeastern Utah

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Publication Type journal article
Creator Behle, William H.
Title The birds of Southeastern Utah
Date 1960-10
Description Southeastern Utah is a rugged and colorful portion of the state. As a part of the Colorado Plateau Physiographic Province it is characterized by an arid climate, multicolored but mostly red sandstones, shales and limestones, weathered sand deep box canyons, and high, isolated, lacolithic mountain ranges. Despite the general aridity of the region there are several major rivers and streams. Thw Green and Colorado rivers converge southwest of Moab. Main tn butaries below this point are the Fremont, Escalante, and San Juan rivers. The latter drains extreme southeastern Utah.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Volume 12
Issue 1
First Page 1
Last Page 56
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Behle, W. H. (1960). The birds of Southeastern Utah. Bulletin of the University of Utah, 12(1), 1-56.
Relation is Part of Biological Series. Vol. XII (1960-1962). Bulletin of the University of Utah. University of Utah Marriott Library QH301 U8 v. 12 no.1
Rights Management (c) University of Utah
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Date Created 2013-05-16
Date Modified 2013-05-16
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