Utah Earthquakes (1850-2016) and Quaternary Faults (M-277)
By: Steve D. Bowman and Walter J. ArabaszThis map shows earthquakes known to have occurred within and surrounding Utah from 1850 through December 2016 and mapped Quaternary faults considered to be earthquake sources. The faults shown on the map have...
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The September 2, 1992 ML 5.8 St. George earthquake, Washington County, Utah (C-88)
By: G. E. Christenson, editor Ground shaking and slope failures were the dominant geologic effects associated with the September 2, 1992 St. George earthquake. Ground shaking caused damage to buildings in Hurricane, La Verkin, Washington, St. George, and other. A...
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Historic aerial photography, 1938 Salt Lake Aqueduct Project, Salt Lake, Utah, and Wasatch Counties, Utah (OFR-537)
By: S. D. Bowman and K. Beisner This compilation of the 1938 Salt Lake Aqueduct Project includes 183 scanned aerial photograph prints (frames) taken as part of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) Salt Lake Aqueduct Project. The Salt Lake...
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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...
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Characteristics, timing, and hazard potential of liquefaction-induced landsliding in the Farmington siding landslide complex, Davis County, Utah (SS-95)
By: M. D. Hylland and M. Lowe The Farmington Siding landslide complex is in Davis County, Utah, about 25 kilometers north of Salt Lake City. The landslide complex covers approximately 19.5 square kilometers and is one of 13 late Pleistocene/Holocene...
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Engineering geologic case studies in Utah, 1986 (SS-68)
By: W. R. Lund, editorThe intent of this report is to provide geologic, hydrologic, and soils information on the Mt. Pleasant watershed which will allow city planners and others to evaluate development proposals by recognizing geologic hazards and identifying land-use...
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Engineering geology of Park City, Summit County, Utah (SS-66)
By: H. E. Gill and W. R. LundPark City began as a mining community in the late 1860s and mining continued actively in the area for more than 100 years. In the 1970s skiing surpassed mining as the major industry...
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Contributions to Quaternary geology of the Colorado Plateau (San Juan County) G.E. Christenson (SS-64)
By: C. G. Oviatt, J. F. Shroder, and R. E. Sewell The Colorado Plateau is a unique area for the study of Quaternary deposits and processes since it has been the site of continuous stream downcutting, cliff retreat, and landscape...
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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...
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Landslide Inventory Map of Seely Creek and Big Bear Creek Drainages, Sanpete and Emery Counties, Utah (SS-164)
By: Richard E. Giraud and Greg N. McDonaldThis map presents a landslide inventory for the Big Bear Creek and Seely Creek drainages, Sanpete and Emery Counties, Utah, at a scale of 1:24,000. We used geographic information system (GIS) software to...
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Geologic Hazards of the Tickville Spring Quadrangle, Salt Lake and Utah Counties, Utah (SS-163)
By: Jessica J. Castleton, Ben A. Erickson, Greg N. McDonald, and Gregg S. BeukelmanThe Tickville Spring quadrangle, in southwestern Salt Lake Valley and Northern Cedar Valley, is expected to experience a significant population increase over the next several decades. As...
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Geologic Hazards of the Moab Quadrangle, Grand County, Utah (SS-162)
By: Jessica J. Castleton, Ben A. Erickson, and Emily J. KleberThe Moab quadrangle is located in the south-central portion of Grand County, Utah. Currently, the area is experiencing rapid development and population growth, that is expected to continue for the...
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Landslide Inventory Map of the Ferron Creek area, Sanpete and Emery Counties, Utah (SS-161)
By: Richard E. Giraud and Greg N. McDonaldThis map presents a landslide inventory for the Ferron Creek area, Sanpete and Emery Counties, Utah, at a scale of 1:24,000. The purposes of the map and accompanying geodatabase are to show and...
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Characterization and hazard zonation of the Meadow Creek landslide affecting State Route 9, part of the Coal Hill landslide complex, western Kane County, Utah (SS-131)
By: F. X. Ashland, G. N. McDonald, L. M. Shaw, and J. A. Bay Contains a 31-page report and two accompanying plates detailing the results of geologic and geophysical investigations of the Meadow Creek landslide in western Kane County, Utah,...
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Geologic hazards of Monroe City, Sevier County, Utah (SS-110)
By: R. E. Giraud and J. P. Johnson, digitizer Geologic hazards are naturally occurring processes that present a risk to life and property. This report provides information for the Monroe City area, in Utah's central Sevier Valley, to reduce losses...
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Geologic hazards of Moab-Spanish Valley, Grand County, Utah (SS-107)
By: M. D. Hylland, W. E. Mulvey, J. P. Johnson, digitizer, and M. Butler Moab Valley and the contiguous Spanish Valley comprise a popular residential and recreational area in east-central Utah. Geologic processes that created the rugged and scenic landscape...
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Characteristics, causes, and implications of the 1998 Wasatch Front landslides (SS-105)
By: F. X. Ashland The majority of the 1998 Wasatch Front landslides were likely triggered following a cumulative rise in ground-water levels resulting from four or more successive years of above-normal precipitation. Triggering of landslide movement likely coincided with a...
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Geologic evaluation and hazard potential of liquefaction-induced landslides along the Wasatch Front, Utah (SS-104)
By: K. M. Harty and M. Lowe The purpose of this study is to evaluate the potential for future movement of the landslides during earthquakes to determine the hazard these features may pose. Goals of the study were to: (1)...
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Active landslides in the Creekside Drive area, Mountain Green, Morgan County, Utah, between June 2005 and December 2006 (RI-260)
By: F. X. Ashland Landsliding in the Creekside Drive area of Mountain Green, Utah, in 2005 and 2006 damaged three houses, a road, and buried utilities, and threatened a buried sewer line, another house, and several other residential lots. The...
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Movement history and preliminary hazard assessment of the Heather Drive landslide, Layton, Davis County, Utah (RI-251)
By: R. E. Giraud Movement of the Heather Drive landslide in late-August 2001 forced homeowners to evacuate their houses and suffer significant economic loss. Preliminary loss estimates indicate that landslide-related losses exceed $1 million. The landside is a reactivation of...
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Technical reports for 2000-01, Geologic Hazards Program (RI-250)
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;...
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Site-response characterization for implementing SHAKEMAP in northern Utah (RI-248)
By: F. X. Ashland As part of the effort to implement “ShakeMap” in northern Utah, this publication used surface geology and available shear-wave velocity data to characterize and map the site response of geologic units during earthquake ground shaking. Site-response...
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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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