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Petrified Forest National Monument - Resources
By Sarah Lane
Jan 31, 2005, 09:11

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Petrified Forest National Monument - Resources

Petrified Forest National Park
This Arizona Forest is a treasure trove all its own with some of the world’s oldest fossils. Take a look at all it has to offer at this official website.
Source:       National Park Service

Experience Your America
See some glorious pictures of this park and get information about the wildlife, archaeology, paleontology, petrified wood, geology, and lots more!
Source:       National Park Service

The American Southwest
Learn about the bets way to approach this National Park and about some of the best viewpoints in the surrounding area. Get geological information about how the stone logs were formed and view some cool pictures.
Source:       John Crossley

Your Heritage
Read this interesting article about how pieces of petrified wood are being taken from National Parks and the repercussions of such an action.
Source:       Donald Jones, Center for Heritage Resource Studies, U of Maryland

Ore-ROCK-On!
Take a photo tour of the Petrified Forest and the Painted Hills.
Source:       Ore-ROCK-On!

Petrified Forest

Get plenty of facts about Arizona as well as the Petrified Forest. There is also a quick list of other attractions in the state.
Source:       Pickatrail.com

Photovault
Check out this huge selection of images of the Petrified National Forest.
Source:       Photovault

Hunting for Fossil Cycads
Read this article about someone’s adventure collecting fossil cycads in the Petrified National Forest.
Source:       Field Adventures in Paleontology


What is the Petrified Forest National Park?
Learn about the Petrified Forest through the ages including the geological history, modern history, and petrified trees.
Source:       Alisa C. Miller and Mariann C. Johnson

Explore the Parks
Learn about the new additions to the Petrified Forest National Park in this informative article.
Source:       National Parks Conservation Association





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