National Geographic : 1993 Jan
DlA Geogide ageus On Ou ord You Probably Don't RecognizeThis Place, UnlessYou Dig Dinosaurs. What you're looking at is a satellite view of a remote area where Colorado, Utah and Wyoming meet. But for some paleontologists, it's paradise. Long ago, large deposits of dinosaur fossils were discovered here. And as early as 1915, a section along the Utah/Colorado border was established as Dinosaur National Monument. Almost half a million people will visit Dinosaur National Monument this year. Many of them will get there through Delta's hub in nearby Salt Lake City.Just one of the more than 300 cities Delta serves worldwide. At Delta, we're proud to sponsor National Geographic's Geoguide. A program designed to introduce young people to the study of geography. And in this issue, to some giants in the field. partnership National A ®fc^ 1^IGeographic Based on systemwide flights and cities served by Delta and the Delta Connection.® The adjacent Geoguide page isbrought to you through the cooperative efforts of Delta Air Lines, Inc. and the National Geographic Society Geography Education Program. ©1992 Delta Air Lines, Inc.