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Re: Sierra Nevada Geology - Ron Wolf

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avatar Sierra Nevada Geology - Ron Wolf
March 08, 2014 08:15PM
avatar Re: Sierra Nevada Geology - Ron Wolf
March 08, 2014 11:58PM
So this is what Ron Wolf has been up to since retiring as the GM of the Packers in 2001...

winking smiley
avatar Re: Sierra Nevada Geology - Ron Wolf
March 09, 2014 12:27AM
Here's a link to a GigaPan photo of the metasedimentary rocks of the Sevehah Cliffs by Convict Lake that Ron Wolf was referring to in the video above:

http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/95100 .

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Re: Sierra Nevada Geology - Ron Wolf
March 09, 2014 05:05PM
The geology of the Sierras is really interesting. When I hiked up Whitney back in the 70's the elevation was listed as 14 ,496 ft. Now it's listed at 14505. There's definitely some upward movement going on there.

Like Mr. Wolf's upper Midwest accent.
avatar Re: Sierra Nevada Geology - Ron Wolf
March 09, 2014 07:04PM
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mtn man
There's definitely some upward movement going on there.

And/or better measuring techniques.
avatar Re: Sierra Nevada Geology - Ron Wolf
March 10, 2014 07:31AM
I think it was a redifination of "sea-level"(NAVD88).



Old Dude
Re: Sierra Nevada Geology - Ron Wolf
March 09, 2014 09:26PM
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mtn man
The geology of the Sierras is really interesting. When I hiked up Whitney back in the 70's the elevation was listed as 14 ,496 ft. Now it's listed at 14505. There's definitely some upward movement going on there.

Like Mr. Wolf's upper Midwest accent.

What accent. I don't hear an accent. LOL



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