THOMAS LOWE FLEISCHNER, THE WAY OF NATURAL HISTORY
I felt like I was hiking around the area with Tom as he explained things I asked about! Not just birds and geology, but the history, the plant life, effects of management decisions and more. It was fascinating — I wish there were similar books on other regions! So what causes the dark streaks you see on the canyon walls?
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You can find photographic highlights and links to this page below. In addition, SUWA has an online article concerning the history, politics, and ecology of the Kaiparowits that you should read. Another useful link which contains a good overview of the formation of the monument is found at the Utah Public Lands Research Page by Richard M.
Ray Wheeler has an excellent description of the entire Colorado Plateau, complete with beautiful photographs of the area, as part of the page Land Use History of the Colorado Plateau Homepage at Northern Arizona University. There used to be an official City of Kanab viewpoint on the web that has since been taken off after the tourist business picked up.
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To be fair however, the City and County was concerned about the economic impact due to loss of mining jobs, increased burden on the city operating budget because of diversion of funds to Search and Rescue efforts, and loss of revenue to Utah schoolchildren because the mine is located on school trust lands. Compare the map of the monument given at the top of this section to the map of coal reserves furnished by the Utah Geological Survey.
The Salt Lake Tribune has an interesting archive of articles relating to the monument that you might want to look at also. Finally, I would like to show some views of the monument by linking to the SUWA pages referred to above.