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    Arches National Park is one of 58 National Parks in the USA. Each park has different formation and landscape, This National park is located in southeast of Ultra State. Arches contents of over 2,000 natural sandstone arches and the most famous in the world is Delicate Ache. Arches National Park boasts an area of over 76,000 acres. Arches National Park is unique history, geology, wildlife, and specific controversies that it faces. The history of arches was interesting and discover by many explores. All arches in the park are natural, so American did not the first people discover and did not create this park. For example, Early the Arches were discover by American ranches and homesteads because the archer’ desert was not a good place to easily adapt (History of the Arches National Park). The Spanish who the first European discover the park, and this national park was called Arches National Mountain before it become the Arches National Park (History of the Arches National Park). When the people traveled from area to area to research to a good place to live, they…

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    Arches National Park This area is changing and here is why. The story of Arches begins roughly 65 million years ago. At that time, the area was a dry seabed spreading from horizon to horizon. The striking red rock features we see today would have been buried thousands of feet below you, raw material as yet uncarved. Then the landscape slowly began to change due to erosion (National Park Service). The national park lies on top of an underground evaporite layer or salt bed, which is the main…

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    Are we there yet? I had asked my mom for the thousandth time on our way to Arches National Park Utah. My family and I have been waiting for this trip what seems like forever. My brother and father planned our trip to Arches National Park and we are planning on staying there for five days. We are all psyched for this trip and I think I am the most excited. Day 1: I just woke up it is 6:30 a.m. and I can smell pancakes and eggs cooking outside. I saw a mule deer as I walked out the…

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    whether or not the current culture is negative or positive. In the chapter “Episodes and Visions” of Desert Solitaire: A Season in the Wilderness (1968) Edward Abbey defined the current culture as selfish, self-centered, and egotistic. In the beginning of the chapter the tourists who come to visit Arches National Park in Utah all ask him different questions. All the questions he mentions they ask him pertain to modern day technology such as where is the coke machine and when are they going to…

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    wants to protect the caribous located in Alaska, where the government wants to drill for oil and destroy their sacred calving grounds. Even though they are both fighting to help the wildlife and nature, they use different techniques to achieve their common goal. Abbey used a memoir to criticize society and create a feeling of melancholy and remorse, while Allison made a documentary film to create consciousness and affection towards the caribous to help her protect them. Abbey’s purpose of his…

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    1920’s Stephen Mather felt the need to preserve the park do to overgrazing, logging, and unregulated visitation. (http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Bryce_Canyon_National_Park#Recent_history) B. Mather proposed the idea of Bryce Canyon being made into a state park, but the Utah State Legislature pusher for national protection of the area. Mather gave in and sent his recommendation to the president, who was Warren G. Harding. Harding declared Bryce Canyon a national monument on June 8,…

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    're grateful for is this round, aged, beautiful earth that you have the freedom to trek along. Today is National Take a Hike Day. Nobody knows whether this day is designed for people to bellow "take a hike" to those who deserve it, or venture into the wilderness for some healthy, much-needed exercise. Aladdin Travel interprets it as the latter. What better time to embrace nature than late autumn? Leaves transform from bright greens to light yellows and dark ambers before they shrivel and…

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    extinction of the species. Likewise, as cities throughout the nation began to grow and overpopulate, pollution was an issue and was harming animal and plant life, along with the land itself. Just as Theodore Roosevelt was entering his first term as president in 1901, questions concerning conservation arose. Going forward, several acts and laws were passed in order to preserve and protect the stunning lands and breathtaking sceneries throughout the United States. Therefore, conservation efforts…

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    I can't play anymore, my feet are killing me right in the arch, I need new new shoes," I said. "You're going to a podiatrist to get your feet checked out," My mom said. I went to the foot doctor(podiatrist) he confessed, "You have Planter Fasciitis and you have arthritis in your toes". I was so disappointed to hear this because this is a long term pain that I will have to learn to live with. The doctor gave me several options that I could use to slightly fix my…

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    National Park Rangers have incredibly important jobs when it comes to the health of an environment. Park Rangers have the ability to cause considerable change to an environment in a positive or negative way. The role of the national park ranger is to “protect, conserve, and to provide for the enjoyment of our nation 's heritage” (Maciha). National Park Rangers know better than anyone that the most basic of changes can cause an environment, or more specifically an ecosystem to crumble. The most…

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