Warner Range in the northeast corner of California

Because of its remote location far from urban centers, the Warner Mountain Range is relatively unknown. We have thought about visiting this place, and exploring its volcanic rocks, for many years. We knew about the Warners because my husband Jay traveled through them on the way to his geologic field site in the Black Rock Desert in northwestern Nevada (see...
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Karen (here with Mt. Shasta in background) is a geology professor emerita who aims to provide a "pocket geologist" for world travelers. Follow the blog to explore the landscapes of our planet and figure out what causes them to look the way they do.

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