By Connie Jankowski
Mild and sound are of an important how one can comprehend the realm round us. The sunlight is Earth's major resource of power and lightweight. gentle bounces off gadgets and travels to our eyes. Our eyes and mind interact to translate that mild into what we see whereas our ears decide up sound vibrations and translate them into significant messages.
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Many companies mine the salt from the deposits near the present-day Great Salt Lake to be used for many applications, such as consumption, to melt ice on snowy roads in the winter, and to produce soft water in many homes. Red Horn Coral Red horn coral is a unique fossil found high on the mountaintops of the Uinta Mountains in present-day Utah. This fossil is popular today in custom-made jewelry—another type of valuable resource. Red horn coral is a very rare fossilized coral. It was created 65 million to 85 million years ago.
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The western part of the country was largely unexplored by immigrants who had come to live in the United States. Many explorers began heading out west to see what land lay beyond the already established settlements. As explorers began to get a feel for how much land lay to the west, it became important to begin the task of surveying and mapping the uncharted lands and recording the existence of the land’s natural resources along the way. 47 48 LANDS The trail of the Lewis and Clark Expedition is shown above.
All About Light and Sound by Connie Jankowski