Exploring the Berryessa Region
A Geology, Nature, and History Tour
Bob Schneider, Eldridge and Judy Moores, Marc Hoshovsky, and Peter Schiffman
Exploring the Berryessa Region tells the story of a landscape, just west of Sacramento and north of San Francisco, born through plate tectonic forces. The Berryessa Region anchors the southern end of the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument and holds geologic wonders including subduction zones, thrust faults, ophiolites, turbidites, mud volcanoes, and pull apart basins. These features nurture world-renowned biological diversity which, over time, has fostered a rich history of human cultures—including Native Americans. Today recreational opportunities draw new visitors with hiking, camping, birding, botanizing, horse riding, boating, and managed off-highway vehicle use. Regional ecosystem services include water, forests, and ranchlands.
104 pages, 8.5” x 11”, full-color cover. Published by Backcountry Press
ISBN 978-1-941624-12-8, trade paper
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