Craig H. Jones is Professor of Geological Sciences at the University of Colorado, Boulder. His work is published in Science and Nature, and he is the coauthor of Introduction to Applied Geophysics.
"This book details a remarkable example of the lived human history of a place and its intersection with the natural." - Environment, Space, Place
"This book serves both as a deep dive into how the Sierra Nevada range was formed (Jones is a geology professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder) and the montains' importance in American history (the Gold Rush, the perservation of Yellowstone and Yosemite, and more)." - Landscape Architecture Magazine