by Cassandra Willyard Thursday, January 5, 2012
For many tourists, Mountain Lake in southwestern Virginia has been an idyllic retreat. But in 2008, it pulled a disappearing act, leaving behind only cracked earth and a small pond.
In this multimedia presentation, EARTH reporter Cassandra Willyard tells the geologic story of Mountain Lake.
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