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Glacier-Pika

Glacial Change in the Beartooths

By Dan Seifert, Assistant Forest Geologist, Custer National Forest Glaciers erode landscapes ten to twenty times faster than liquid water and are one of many ever-changing geologic features in the Beartooth Mountains. Glaciers are large flowing masses of ice formed by the compaction and recrystallization of snow. Glaciers survive from year to year and creep… Read More ›

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Believe It or Not 2009

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Baba Ram Baba, the Beartooth Guru

Introducing Baba Ram Baba

Greetings, my children. It has been a long and arduous (albeit peaceful and enlightening) journey that has brought me to the Beartooth Mountains in the middle of winter. I came because I felt a disturbance in the force–something I have not felt in eight years drawing me to my home. Something is changing here. A… Read More ›

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Believe It or Not 2008

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