Talk:La Sal Mountains

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The graphic entitled "Mountain ranges associated with laccoliths and other igneous intrusions on part of the Colorado Plateau." that is attached to the La Sal Range article is VERY helpful to an encyclopedia article such as this! With the clear identification of the adjacent state boundaries, and the obvious geological formations so visible in the photo, it was easy to identify the range on pretty much any other map resource we needed to use. Thanks! N2e 22:41, 15 August 2006 (UTC)