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Death Valley Geology Overview:

Shape of the Future

Death Valley's landscape has been changing since the begining of time. It is changing now, and will continue to change a long time after we have departed. The forces of erosion slowly carve away at the ancient rock formations, re-shaping the surface of the land. The basin continues to subside. It is interesting to imagine, but impossible to predict, the future of Death Valley.

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