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100 Slopes of a Lifetime: The World's Ultimate Ski and Snowboard Destinations
This ultimate skier and snowboarder bucket list, from celebrated runs in Alta, Utah, to the challenge of Switzerland's 4 Vallees races through 100 energizing snowy experiences for all levels. Filled with beautiful National Geographic photography, wisdom from experts, need-to-know travel information,...
101 American Fossil Sites You've Gotta See
Examining in detail at least one amazing fossil site in every state, Albert Dickas clearly explains the critters preserved in the rocks, from sharks and rhinoceroses to trilobites and horn corals. At some sites, you can sift through the shale...
101 American Geo-Sites You've Gotta See
Rocks racing across a lakebed in Death Valley. Perfectly preserved 36-million-year-old tsetse flies in Colorado. Dinosaur trackways cemented into ancient floodplains in Connecticut. A gaping rift in the Idaho desert. What do these enigmatic geologic phenomena have in common? Besides...
1895 Historical Relief Map of Utah
First published over 120 years ago, the reprinted 1895 Relief map of Utah is a fantastic display of surveyed information that includes mineral locations throughout Utah, colloquial names of familiar places in the state, mineral production values at the time...
1996 summary of mineral activity in Utah (C-98)
By: R. L. Bon, R. W. Gloyn, and D. E. TabetThe value of Utah?s mineral production in 1996 is estimated to be $2.2 billion, a decrease of $197 million from 1995. This still makes 1996 the second-highest year in total...
2008 Summary of mineral activity in Utah (C-109)
By: R. L. Bon and K. A. Krahulec The Utah Geological Survey has compiled mineral activity summaries for Utah on an annual basis beginning in 1989. The 14-page summary for 2008. These summaries have been publishing in the May issues...
2009 Summary of mineral activity in Utah (C-111)
By: R. L. Bon and K. A. KrahulecThis publications discusses the gross value of energy and mineral commodities Utah mines and energy companies produced during 2009. It also discusses the types of energy and mineral commodities produced in the state,...
2022 Calendar of Utah Geology
ENJOY SCENIC UTAH GEOLOGY IN THE 2022 Calendar of UTAH GEOLOGY.Photos are taken by Utah Geological Survey employees in some of Utah’s most interesting and unique locations. $1.00 each when you buy 10 or more.Discount applied at checkout. Individual mailing...
2023 Calendar of Utah Geology
ENJOY SCENIC UTAH GEOLOGY IN THE 2023 Calendar of UTAH GEOLOGY. Photos are taken by Utah Geological Survey employees in some of Utah’s most interesting and unique locations. $6.95 each when you buy 10 or more. $5.95 each when you...
25th Street Confidential: Drama, Decadence, and Dissipation along Ogden's Rowdiest Road
Generations of Ogdenites have grown up absorbing 25th Street’s legends of corruption, menace, and depravity. The rest of Utah has tended to judge Ogden—known in its first century as a “gambling hell” and tenderloin, and in recent years as a...
3D Atlas of Zion National Park
By: Steven L. Richardson and Benjamin M. Richardson Utah's Zion National Park is one of the best known and loved travel destinations in the United States. Over the course of millions of years, the Virgin River eroded a deep gorge...
3D City Creek Satellite
City Creek, Red Butte, and Emigration Canyons Includes one 3D topographic poster map and one 3D aerial photograph poster map along with 2 pairs of red/cyan glasses. 24" x 18"
40Ar/39Ar Geochronology Results for the Lofgreen, Vernon, and White Tower Quadrangles, Utah (OFR-588)
This open-file report makes available raw analytical data from laboratory procedures completed to determine the age of rock samples collected during geologic investigations funded or partially supported by the Utah Geological Survey (UGS). The references listed in table 1 generally...
40Ar/39Ar Geochronology Results from the Provo, Nephi, Salt Lake City, and Ogden 30' x 60' Quadrangles, Utah (OFR-718)
by Utah Geological Survey, Kurt N. Constenius, New Mexico Geochronology Research Laboratory, and University of Alaska, Fairbanks
50 Best Short Hikes: Utah's National Parks, 3rd Edition
Dramatic arches, natural bridges, soaring cliffs, balancing rocks, mysterious hoodoos, and slot canyons―Utah is famous for the unparalleled beauty of its five national parks. There’s so much to take in, and you want to see the best of it all....
50 Climbs (By Bike) in Utah (Complete Guide to Climbing by Bike)
50 Climbs (By Bike) In Utah is the first book to cover in detail the state s greatest cycling ascents. Actually covering more than 50 uphill challenges, it includes detail on the route, statistics such as length, elevation gain and...
50 Common Insects of the Southwest
The insect world is unmatched for its array of colorful species and their distinctive behaviors. Once you notice the tiny creatures, you can hardly stop watching as they fly gracefully, burrow busily, dance delicately, or even bang clumsily against you....
50 Common Mammals Of The Southwest
If you want to be lucky enough to see a Mexican raccoon or a northern river otter, you need to know what they look like and how they will react to your visit. With the color photographs and detailed information...
50 Common Reptiles & Amphibians of the Southwest
If you want to be one of the privileged few to see a Gila monster or a desert tortoise, do you know their likely habitat or how they will react to your visit? Large color photographs clearly show the animals...
60 Hikes Within 60 Miles SLC
By: Greg Witt 3rd Edition The best way to experience Salt Lake City is by hiking it! Get outdoors with local author Greg Witt, with the full-color edition of 60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Salt Lake City. A perfect blend of popular...