Saturday, December 18, 2021

The Case of A Large Hole in the Ground

Environmental & Science Education, STEM, Earth Science, Earth Systems, Geology, Solar System, Nature of Science, History of Science.

Ed Hessler

Earth Science Picture of the Day (EPOD) focuses on the "Belt Meteor Crater," Montana. This landform turned out to be something else and there is a nice explanation. 

In Blackfoot it is known as Pushkin which means "deep blood kettle." The use of this landform by Indians tells why. 

Check out the author's hiking blog, Big Sky Walker.

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