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    The Grand Canyon is a plateau canyon.Summer temperatures on the South Rim are relatively pleasant (50°s - 80°s F; 10°s to high 20°s C) but inner canyon temperatures are extreme. Daytime highs at the river, 5000 feet below the rim, often exceed 100° F (38° C) The average amount of rainfall in the canyon is less than 16 inches. The canyon has a North Rim and a South Rim both of which are located in the United States of America, the South Rim Visitor Center’s coordinates are 36°03'32"N 112°06'33"W

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    Ryan Freiland English 5th hour Miss Roth 6 March 2017 The Grand Canyon According to National Geographic, Over five million people visit the Grand Canyon every year. But, most people do not realize what the Grand Canyon hold or how it was made. Most people believe it was created millions of years ago by years and years of erosion. Evolutionists states that the Grand Canyon is over two million years old. But, there are new facts and new theories that make more sense and more reasonable. Creationist

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    The Grand Canyon National Park Have you ever wondered how it would feel to hike along a canyon that has never before been seen by another man? Or look out into the open and see nothing but vast caves? People from all over the world come to experience that at the Grand Canyon National Park, located entirely in North Arizona. With it’s vast canyons, uncharted caves and valleys, the Grand Canyon is a very popular park for hikers of all sorts, whether you are experienced or beginner, the park offers

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    I think the federal government should make Providence Canyon a national park because it is said to be the second biggest canyon in the world next to the Grand Canyon, it shows how farming in the old days could cause environmental changes, and it is something that shows what has happened to the earth over time.

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    University of Arizona History of the Grand Canyon Pascal Tjahjo ABE170   The Grand Canyon, originally called the “Big Canyon”, has been inhabited by many different people throughout history. The first evidence of human presence in the Grand Canyon area can be dated back to over 10,000 years ago. A number of different Native American tribes inhabited the Grand Canyon area for over 4,000 years until European contact in 1540. The Grand Canyon has a rich history and has gained

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    Have you ever heard of the Grand Canyon. www.livescience.com/27489-grand-canyon.html says ”The Grand Canyon is indeed a very big hole in the ground. It is 277 miles (446 km) long, up to 18 miles(29 km) wide and more than a mile (6,000 feet / 1,800 meters) deep,” The Grand Canyon is located in Arizona and is one of the seven wonders of the world. It has been around for a thousand years. The Grand Canyon was formed over 5 million to 6 million years ago. The canyon was formed by erosion and deposition

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    Grand Canyon National Park Army Lieutenant Joseph Christmas Ives was the first American to ever lay eyes on the Grand Canyon. He deemed it “altogether valueless”, and he believed that “ours has been the first and will undoubtedly be the last, party of whites to visit the locality. It seems intended by nature that the Colorado River along the greater portion of its lonely and majestic way, shall be forever unvisited and disturbed” (Powell, 3-4). Looking out at the vast beauty of the Grand Canyon,

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    The Grand Canyon is a massive and is well know. It is kind of like a national and ecological monument. There are many different kinds of rocks that are found in the Grand Canyon. According to the article that I used for research, there are crystalline basement rocks inside the Grand Canyon that probably go back all the way to the creation. There are metamorphic rocks in there that used to be sedimentary rocks. The sedimentary rocks were transformed to metaphoric rocks by heat and pressure possibly

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    The Grand Canyon had a big effect on my life mainly because of its beauty awed me. Going to the Grand Canyon changed me permently just like Olive Wendell Holmes Jr. quote. In the quote it says "A mind stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions"-Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.. To me the qoute means that after I affected by a big experience I can never go back to my previous way of thinking and so far this quote remains true to me seeing how I have a new way of thinking. Hiking

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    The Grand Canyon is a like a big hole in the ground. The Grand Canyon is said to be 6,000 feet deep, 277 miles long, and 18 miles wide. The Grand Canyon is located in Flagstaff, Arizona. The South Rim is the most visited side of the Grand Canyon. Most people observe the Grand Canyon as one of the seven wonders of the word. The Grand Canyon was formed by the erosion of the Colorado River. The Colorado River runs through the canyon. Geologists are interested about the detectable sites of different

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