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- Munroe, J.S.; Laabs, B.J.C.; Moser, K.A.; Gurrieri, J.T.
- Arctic, antarctic, and alpine research 2007 v.39 no.4 pp. 517
- mountains; national forests; ecosystems; plant ecology; soil formation; paleoecology; climatic factors; geology; meteorology and climatology; research; history; Utah; Colorado
- ... The Uinta Mountains are a spectacular and unique range of the Rocky Mountain system. Running east-west for more than 150 km across northeastern Utah and northwestern Colorado, they contain the highest summits in Utah (elevations greater than 4000 m a.s.l.), vast areas of alpine tundra, glacial lakes, immense compound cirques, and deep fluvial canyons. The range forms the northern and southern boun ...