|Other titles||Ecoregional assessment of biocultural diversity|
|Contributions||Maffi, Luisa, Nabhan, Gary Paul, Pynes, Patrick, Seibert, David, Sisk, Thomas D, Stevens, Lawrence E, Trimble, Stephen, 1950-, Northern Arizona University. Center for Sustainable Environments, Terralingua (Organization), Grand Canyon Wildlands Council|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||97|
" safeguarding uniqueness of colorado plateau: an ecoregional assessment of biocultural diversity by luisa maffi, gary paul nabhan. See all Item description About this item. The last six books of the Colorado Plateau series from which abstracts and introductory materials included in this compilation were published by the University of Arizona (UA) Press. The full articles and introductory text from the UA Press publications are copyrighted and thus cannot be provided herein. The UA Press has granted the U.S. Geological. Safeguarding the Colorado Plateau from destructive development and promoting renewable energy alternativesThe Colorado Plateau is home to some of the most spectacular landscapes, canyons, and rivers in the United States. It also contains significant deposits of potential energy resources. Mining the uranium and fuel deposits unique to this region threatens the land, water, and air, and in the. The current year-round human population size on the Colorado Plateau is about million (U.S. Census Bureau, estimate), and in , there were head of cattle (USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service), reduced by the drought to The Colorado Plateau now also supports vast deer herds.
The Colorado Plateau, also known as the Colorado Plateau Province, is a physiographic and desert region of the Intermontane Plateaus, roughly centered on the Four Corners region of the southwestern United province covers an area of , km 2 (, mi 2) within western Colorado, northwestern New Mexico, southern and eastern Utah, northern Arizona, and a tiny fraction in the. Elevation for the Colorado Plateaus starts at about m (2, ft) above sea level, with plateau tops ranging from 1, to 2, km (5, to 7, ft) and mountaintops reaching nearly 3, km (13, ft). Ancient Precambrian rocks, exposed only in the deepest canyons, make up the basement of the Colorado Plateau. The Colorado Plateau province can be divided into six sections. The highest of these is the High Plateaus of Utah, featuring great rock cliffs and terraces ascending to 11, feet (3, m) in central Utah. The northernmost section is the Uinta Basin, a dissected plateau abutting the Uinta Mountains in northeastern Utah and northwestern Colorado.. South of it is the Canyon Lands, so named. Safeguarding the wonders of the Grand Canyon and the Colorado Plateau, while supporting the rights of its Native peoples. Home - COVID Message. From the Grand Canyon Trust Family to Yours. We have temporarily closed our offices to protect our employees and the communities we serve. From our desks and kitchen tables at home, we continue to.
Scientists have figured out why the Colorado Plateau -- a ,square-mile region that straddles Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico -- is . Grand Canyon Trust – Safeguarding the Wonders of the Colorado Plateau Written by The Birdfreak Team on J The Grand Canyon Trust aims to preserve the Grand Canyon and Colorado Plateau and the native people who call the area home. The trust advocates for the land, wildlife and people to provide permanent protection. Grand Canyon Trust – Safeguarding the Wonders of the Colorado Plateau Written by The Birdfreak Team on J J The Grand Canyon Trust aims to preserve the Grand Canyon and Colorado Plateau and the native people who call the area home. The trust advocates for the land, wildlife and people to provide permanent protection. The Colorado Plateau is home to nearly thirty national parks, monuments and recreational areas. The unique geology, stunning rock formations, powerful rivers and numerous scenic canyons that compose such a striking region also made navigation difficult. Yet .