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Beneath long-term work to rebuild sandbars in the Grand Canyon lies a legacy of river-running data collection that tells the story of Northern Arizona University researchers, highlighting their persistence and innovations.
A new USGS article in the online journal Eos touts the promising outcomes of controlled floods on the Colorado River, conclusions that rely in part on more than 25 years of measurements collected under difficult conditions and with changing technology.Read more
Local author Don Lago will visit the NAU Bookstore to sign copies of his latest book, Canyon of Dreams: Stories from Grand Canyon History, from noon to 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 13.
A Grand Canyon historian, Lago recounts little-known narratives from the area’s earliest inhabitants to visits by Apollo astronauts and modern literary authors. Lago has spent a quarter century exploring and researching the Grand Canyon and has made several archaeological discoveries.
For information, contact (928) 523-7213.