NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY
- FARGO, N D
Updated: January 18, 2011
2011 COLUMBIA PLATEAU /
CHANNELED SCABLANDS FIELD COURSE:
Palouse Falls: a consequence of headward capture of the Palouse River during the Bretz floods.
(Photo by D.P. Schwert)
- A response to "J Harlen Bretz: A Heresy Justified" Excerpts from a news group posting that presents some interesting history behind the development of J. Harlen Bretz's development of the Channeled Scabland Model.
- Joseph Thomas Pardee and the Spokane Flood Controversy GSA Today (Sept., 1995) article outlining Pardee's role in connecting the evolution of the Channeled Scablands to catastrophic flooding from Lake Missoula.
- Field Trip Guidebook: 2008, Bjornstad, B., The Ice Age Floods Through the Western Channeled Scablands (pdf). Hosted by the Northwest Geological Society.
- Golombek M. P., Edgett K. S., and Rice J. W. Jr., eds., 1992, Mars Pathfinder Landing Site Workshop II: Characteristics of the Ares Vallis Region and Field Trips to the Channeled Scabland, Washington. LPI Tech. Rpt. 95-01, Part 1, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston. 63 pp. (pdf)
- Ice Age Floods Institute The Ice Age Floods Institute is a non-profit organization of citizens throughout Montana, Idaho, Washington, and Oregon committed to tell the story of the flood origin to the Channeled Scablands.
- Glacial Lake Missoula Painting As part of its ongoing program to educate the public about the uniqueness of the area, the Lower Flathead Valley Community Foundation commissioned seascape artist Byron Pickering to create this painting of Glacial Lake Missoula.
- Glacial Lake Missoula Strands A striking photo of the strands in the Missoula region, as picked out through some light snow.
- Glacial Lake Missoula USGS web site, with information and links.
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