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Geology of National Parks, 3D and Photographic Tours

Point Reyes National Seashore

A Photo Tour Featuring Park Geology

Start a 3D image tour by clicking here. See tour in standard photo images See images in a thumbnail image gallery Return to the Geology of National Parks main page

Click here to start a 3-D tour of the park. Click here to see a thumbnail gallery.

Locations on geology map


Access images of selected locations by black dots on the geologic map. Click here to see a larger view of a geologic map and a modified park brochure map.

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National Park Service websites:
The National Park Service's Point Reyes National Seashore website is

National Park Service, Geologic Resources Division, 2008, Geologic Resource Evaluation Scoping Summary Point Reyes National Seashore, California, 10 p.:

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3D Glasses

This website was prepared by Phil Stoffer and Eleyne Phillips. All images were taken by Phil Stoffer in March, 2003. The 3D images are anaglyphs and require red and cyan 3-D viewing glasses. The image below is a pair of 3-D (anaglyph) viewing glasses.A search on the World Wide Web will yield many sites about anaglyphs and where to get 3-D glasses.

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Duxbury Reef Palimarin Beach Pacific Coast Limantour lagoon and beach Drakes Beach Olema Formation Bear Valley Visitor Center Bear Valley Visitor center Chimney Rock Point Reyes Historic Lifeboat Station Pipe Spring National Monument Point Reyes Headlands Tomales Bay State Park Ranch lands Abbotts Lagoon McClures Beach Kehoe Beach Kehoe Beach Trail Tomales Bay State Park East shore - Tomales Bay

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