A photogrammetric examination of the size distributions and degrees of aging of talus boulders at several locations in western Colorado, northwestern New Mexico and northern Arizona indicates that steady-state cliff erosion and talus formation has not been continuous. The recent removal of earlier talus by the shoreline waves of large extinct lakes is suggested.
Creationism, talus, Colorado, plateau, boulders, photogrammetric
Volume 2:II, Pages 115-128
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Holroyd, Edmond W.
"Missing Talus on the Colorado Plateau,"
Proceedings of the International Conference on Creationism: Vol. 2, Article 46.
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