只用一本书提高英语听力能力!重温经典名著双语阅读小编推荐:跟着纪录片学英语不背单词和语法,轻松学英语
返回列表 回复 发帖

[探索发现] 【整理】2010-05-19 黄石公园-1

提高英语听力能力 找对方法很重要!
HW

As continents shift and clash, volcanoes erupt and glaciers grow and recede, the earth's crust is carved in countless fascinating ways, leaving a trail of geological mysteries behind. And one of the greatest is right here, at Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. This is one of the world's most geologically active places, shaken by up to 5,000 earthquakes every year, and with more geysers and hot springs than in the rest of the world can find. Why is Yellowstone so active? How did it form? And why here in the heart of the Rockies?
Scientists studying in Yellowstone are uncovering a violent past, carved by water, crushed by ancient glaciers and blasted by the biggest volcanic eruptions ever known on the planet. And even today, Yellowstone is one of the most dangerous places on earth.


Yellowstone National Park is one of the most amazing places on earth. And it's unique. It contains some of the America's most stunning scenery and wildlife that attracts 3 million tourists a year.


To understand where Yellowstone came from and why it is so active today, we need to take a journey back into the distant past of the north American continent and deep into the earth's interior.


Yellowstone sits 8,000 feet up on the remote mountain plateau, primarily within Wyoming, but stretching into parts of Idaho and Montana. The part covers 3,468 square miles, 63 miles north to south, 54 miles east to west. And it's on top of one of the world's most unusual and deadliest geological structures.
Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self. 天天听力身体好
on整理稿
As continents shift and clash, volcanoeserupt, and glaciers grow and recede, the earth’s crust is carved in countlessfascinating ways, leaving a trail of geological mysteries behind.

And one of the greatest is right here, atYellowstone National Park in Wyoming. This is one of the world's mostgeologically active places, shaken by up to 5,000 earthquakesevery year, and with more geysers and hotsprings than the rest of the world combine. Why is Yellowstoneso active? How did it form? And why here, in the heart of the Rockies?Scientists studying the Yellowstone areuncovering a violent past, carved by water, crushedby ancient glaciers, and blasted by the biggest volcaniceruption ever known on the planet. And even today, Yellowstone is one of themost dangerous places on earth.

Yellowstone National Park is one of the mostamazing places on earth, and it's unique. It contains some of the America'smost stunning scenery and wildlife that attracts 3 million tourists a year. Tounderstand where the Yellowstone came from, andwhy it is so active today, we need to take a journey back into the distant pastof the North American continent and deep into the earth's interior. Yellowstone sits 8,000 feet up, on a remote mountainplateau, primarily within Wyoming, but stretching into parts of Idaho andMontana. The park covers 3,468 square miles, 63miles north to south and 54 miles east to west. And it’s on top of one of theworld's most unusual and deadliest geological structures.
Better to write for yourself and have no public, than to write for the public and have no self. 天天听力身体好
返回列表