Landforms and Geology - Iowa's Nature Series Moore, Peter Graesch, Matthew Caissie, Beth
dc.contributor.department Natural Resource Ecology and Management
dc.contributor.department Geological and Atmospheric Sciences
dc.contributor.department Extension and Outreach 2022-04-04T20:04:48Z 2022-04-04T20:04:48Z 2021-05
dc.description.abstract From ocean-front property to spruce forest to today's rich organic prairie soils, Iowa's geological past is a fascinating story that can be told through careful inspection of the land beneath our feet. This article explores the long-view history of Iowa's landscapes and explains how the hills and valleys we call home were formed over millennia. To learn more about Iowa's Landforms and Geology, download the supplement article WL 17K - Geological Places to Visit. The Iowa’s Nature series was a collaborative project between Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, the Iowa Association of Naturalists, and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources with support from the Resource Enhancement and Protection Program. To learn more about the project, visit
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dc.subject.keywords Crops
dc.subject.keywords Land Use
dc.title Landforms and Geology - Iowa's Nature Series
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