What Is a Coulee? A Geology Lesson From Nick Zentner.

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Ever wondered about landscapes that seem to defy the usual rules of nature? Enter the realm of coulees – unique, box-like valleys without rivers, carved into existence by the monumental Ice Age floods.

Unlike any valley you’ve seen, these formations boast flat floors, steep walls, and a story that takes us back 14,000 to 28,000 years.

Learn how the massive, relentless power of water and the intriguing properties of basalt rock combined to sculpt the extraordinary coulees of Central Washington.

This isn’t just a geography lesson; it’s a time machine to an Earth you’ve never imagined.

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