Geologic History of Utah: A Field Guide to Utah's Rocks
By: Lehi F. Hintze and Bart J. Kowallis Now revised and updated, this is one of the most authoritative books on Utah geology. Primarily directed towards students of geology, this book is useful for even the professional geologist working in...
$25.00
Rainbow of rocks: mysteries of sandstone colors and concretions in Colorado Plateau canyon country (PI-77)
By: M. A. Chan and W. T. Parry Sunrise illuminates Colorado Plateau’s canyon country. In the early morning light, cliffs radiate a rich red glow, and a sculptured panorama of sandstone is revealed in a rich palette of crimson, vermilion,...
$2.00
Geologic resources of Washington County, Utah (PI-20)
By: M. H. Bugden This brochure introduces the reader to Washington County’s geologic resources and investigates the effects they have on our economy and daily lives. Understanding the dynamic forces that formed our resources and the factors that influence their...
$2.00
The geology of Snow Canyon State Park, Washington County, Utah (PI-13)
By: M. H. Bugden The stark intensity of Snow Canyon State Park’s colors, terrain, and vegetation create a surrealistic flair to one of southern Utah’s most striking recreation areas. Snow Canyon’s scenery reminds us of the earth’s past when extensive...
$1.75
Field guides to southwest Utah (OFR-437)
This self-actuating CD contains four publications as image files; three were scanned from the only available copies. Image quality is adequate for use at screen resolution. Remember that, the older they are, roadlogs may not reflected highway changes, roadcut changes,...
$14.95
Geology and geologic hazards of Tooele Valley and the West Desert hazardous industry Area, Tooele County, Utah (SS-96)
By: B. D. Black, B. J. Solomon, and K. M. Harty Geologic hazards are naturally occurring geologic processes that present a risk to life and property. Tooele County is subject to many geologic hazards that need to be identified and...
$14.00
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Geologic excursions in neotectonics and engineering geology in Utah, Geological Society of America guidebook - Part IV (SS-62)
By: K. D. Gurgel, editor The papers contained in this Guidebook were solicited by the organizers of the GSA Rocky Mountain and Cordilleran Sections and have been edited and given a common format. These papers come from field trips led...
$11.00
Geologic excursions in volcanology: eastern Snake River Plain (Idaho) and southwestern Utah, Geological Society of America guidebook - Part III (SS-61)
By: K. D. Gurgel, editor The papers contained in this Guidebook were solicited by the organizers of the GSA Rocky Mountain and Cordilleran Sections and have been edited and given a common format. These papers come from field trips led...
$6.50
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Technical reports for 1999, Applied Geology Program (RI-244)
By: G. N. McDonald, compiler The Geologic Hazards Program of the Utah Geological Survey (UGS) maps and defines geologic hazards and provides assistance to tax-supported entities (cities, towns, counties, and their engineers, planning commissions, or planning departments; associations of governments;...
$8.90
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Technical reports for 1998, Applied Geology Program (RI-242)
By: G. N. McDonald, compiler The Geologic Hazards Program of the Utah Geological Survey (UGS) maps and defines geologic hazards and provides assistance to tax-supported entities (cities, towns, counties, and their engineers, planning commissions, or planning departments; associations of governments;...
$22.60
Why is Bear Lake so blue? And other commonly asked questions (PI-96)
J. Davis and M. Milligan In addition to its splendor, Bear Lake is a scientific wonder. Over the past few decades, Bear Lake has been intensely studied because it is one of the oldest lakes in North America, has not...
$2.95
Geology and scenery of the central Wasatch Range, Salt Lake and Summit Counties (PI-9)
By: M. H. Bugden This self-guided geologic trip will lead you through times when inland seas, ancient mountains, vast mud flats, sandy deserts, and massive glaciers ruled Utah's landscape. You will learn how colliding crustal plates changed Utah's face, how...
$3.00
Geologic guide to the central Wasatch Front canyons, Salt Lake County, Utah (PI-87)
By: S. N. Eldredge Striking beauty, abundant recreational opportunities, historic mining and pioneer locales, and a unique geologic story stretching back over one billion years make Salt Lake County’s Wasatch Front canyons a world-class attraction. This guide highlights the six...
$3.95
Geologic postcard of Goblin Valley (PI-82)
By: UGS Staff This postcard shows the geology of Goblin Valley State Park. Goblin Valley lies in southeastern Utah, between Capitol Reef National Park and Arches National Park. The spectacular and sometimes bizarrely shaped stone goblins, for which the park...
$0.25
Geologic postcard of Utah (PI-81)
By: G. C. Willis To many people Utah is the geology state. This simplified geologic map reflects the large variety of geologic events from over 2600 million years that created the spectacular scenery of Utah’s red rock country, high alpine...
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Utah Geological Survey (PI-73)
By: UGS Staff The Utah Geological Survey is an applied scientific agency that creates, interprets, and provides information about Utah’s geologic environment, resources, and hazards to promote safe, beneficial, and wise use of land. This brochure gives a brief overview...
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Geologic resources of Summit County, Utah (PI-7)
By: M. H. Bugden and C. M. Wilkerson This brochure will introduce the reader to Summit County's geologic resources and their effect on our economy and daily lives. Understanding the dynamic forces that form geologic resources and the factors influencing...
$3.50
Geologic maps - what are you standing on? (PI-66)
By: R. F. Biek Geologic maps: a few lucky geologists make them; many geoscientists, engineers, and planners use them; untold scores of people wonder what they are all about. Perhaps the most common question we are asked, those few of...
$1.75
The geology of Goblin Valley State Park (PI-65)
By: M. R. Milligan The wonderfully grotesque stone sculptures that are Goblin Valley State Park’s main attraction are the consequence of millions of years of geologic history. Within the park are rocks composed of sediments from ancient seas, shorelines, river...
$3.65
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What is the Grand Staircase? (PI-64)
By: UGS Staff One of Utah's most unusual geologic features, this staircase soars 6,000 vertical feet over a horizontal distance of 150 miles. Other Information: Published: 1999 Pages: 2 p. Location: Garfield and Kane Counties Media Type: Paper Publication
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The Geology of Quail Creek State Park (PI-63)
By: R. F. Biek The first thing most visitors to Quail Creek State Park notice, apart from the improbably blue and refreshing waters of the reservoir itself, are the brightly colored, layered rocks of the surrounding cliffs. In fact, Quail...
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Building stones of downtown Salt Lake City, a walking tour (PI-60)
By: C. M. Wilkerson This twenty-two building walking tour begins at the Utah State Capitol and finishes at the Salt Lake City and County Building, seven blocks to the south. Descriptions include the geologic and/or trade name of the rocks...
$2.75
Geologic map of Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument (PI-56)
By: G. C. Willis Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument covers 1.7 million acres between Bryce Canyon and Capitol Reef National Parks. The geology consists of 6,000 feet of well-exposed, layered sedimentary rocks that are between about 65 million and 200 million...
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Utah: a geologic history from Paleozoic to Present
This informative, and colorful poster shows the history of Utah. Several maps of Utah bring some of the most drastic geologic changes of Utah's history to life. Other Information: Dimensions: 35 x 18 Location: Utah Type: Paper Map Â
$2.00
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