Saturday, April 12, 2008


Nat Geo Mag Guardian of a Ghost World:

Unforgiving Land

The Fremont culture arose before A.D. 400 in the hardscrabble region that is now most of Utah and parts of nearby states. Despite the dry, unforgiving climate, they managed to cultivate corn, beans, and squash along waterways like Range Creek and the river from which they get their name.
From the narrative above, I was able to find end-points for a transect between river confluences & generate an elevation profile ...

Fremont River to Range Creek Confluence, 28.63┬░TN, 71.16 miles

TOPO! GPS Data Format Deg NAD83 ElevFeet

RANGECREEK,39.30747,-110.05708,NA,04/12/2008,16:57:14,RANGE CREEK CONFLUENCE
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