This page features drone footage and still imagery of the Goosenecks of the San Juan River as well as the area around Mexican Hat, Utah and Kayenta, Arizona. The Goosenecks are a classic example of the entrenched meanders that are incised into the Colorado Plateau and other landscapes where rivers have cut down through tectonic uplift.
|Date||December 23, 2019|
|Location||Goosenecks of the San Juan River State Park and Mexican Hat, Utah (map)|
|Photographer||Mitch Tobin, FAA Remote Pilot Certificate #4002345|
|Organization||The Water Desk at the University of Colorado Boulder|
|Rights||Free to reuse under Creative Commons license, with credit to “Mitch Tobin/WaterDesk.org”|
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