Earthquake fault map of a portion of Davis County, Utah (PI-2)
By: UGS Staff This map shows the location of faults in Davis County. Back side of map includes information on faults, effects of surface fault rupture, when and where surface rupture is likely to occur, and what can be done...
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Liquefaction potential maps for Utah (Liquefaction potential maps for: northern Wasatch Front, central Utah, and for Davis, Salt Lake, and Uinta Counties) (OFR-433)
During the 1980s engineers and geologists with the Utah State University Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and Dames and Moore prepared a series of liquefaction potential maps for parts of Utah. Five separate reports cover the urbanized Wasatch Front...
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Water-related geologic problems of 1983 - Utah occurrences by County (MP 89-4)
By: B. N. Kaliser Twenty-four counties in Utah were surveyed in 1983-84 to compile this summary of known geological events related to the 1983 wet year. It is hoped that this summary and the one by Davis will provide a...
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Geologic consequences of the 1983 wet year in Utah (MP 88-3)
By: B. N. Kaliser and J. E. Slossen Geologic consequences of the abnormally wet year of 1983 were unprecedented in number, magnitude, and geographic distribution in the l36-year history of Utah. That year was preceded by an extraordinarily wet 1982...
$10.50
Deterministic maximum peak bedrock acceleration maps for Utah (MP 02-11)
By: M. W. Halling, J. R. Keaton, L. R. Anderson, and W. Kohler Maximum ground motion maps for the State of Utah were prepared for the Utah Department of Transportation to provide context for probabilistic ground motion maps. Deterministic procedures...
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Landslide maps of Utah (M-246dm)
By: A. H. Elliot and K. M. Harty Significant economic losses are associated with landslides, and Utah has numerous landslides and landslide-prone geologic units. Exposure to landslide hazards increases as development expands onto hillsides and other landslide-prone areas. To improve...
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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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Suggested approach to geologic hazards ordinances in Utah (C-79)
By: G. E. Christenson The purpose of geologic hazards ordinances is to encourage prudent land uses in areas of geologic hazards for the protection of the health, safety, and property of the citizens of the city or county enacting the...
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Quaternary tectonics of Utah with emphasis on earthquake-hazard characterization (B-127)
By: S. Hecker This report consolidates and synthesizes information on Quaternary faulting, folding, and volcanism in Utah and characterizes recent tectonic activity throughout the state. The primary purpose is to provide a comprehensive reference on fault-specific seismic sources and surface...
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Engineering geology of the Salt Lake City metropolitan area, Utah (B-126)
By: W. R. Lund, editorGeologic exposures in the Salt Lake City region record a long history of sedimentation and tectonic activity extending back to the Precambrian Era. Today, the city lies above a deep, sediment-filled basin flanked by two uplifted...
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Volcanoes: A folding Pocket Guide to Volcanos, Earthquakes, Hot Springs, Geysers & More
This educational and entertaining pocket field guide provides a simplified introduction to the different types of volcanoes, lava flows, pyroclastic flows, and the rocks that are formed as a result of eruption. This guide will appeal equally to novice volcanologists...
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Assessment of potential damage to real property from major debris flow in Standel Cove subdivision, Salt Lake County, Utah (RI-188)
During May of 1984, two snaIl debris flows occurred in Johnson'sHollCM of Emigration Canyon (Figure 1 - Location Map, and Figure 2 -Vicinity Map). These flows passed through Standel Cove subdivision andinto Emigration Canyon stream without any significant danage to...
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Proeedings Volume, 2022 Basin and Range Earthquake Summit (MP-177)
Summary This proceedings volume documents the results of the 2022 Basin and Range Earthquake Summit (BRES22) convened by the Utah Geological Survey in Salt Lake City, Utah, on October 17–20, 2022. The summit was sponsored by the Utah Geological Survey,...
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CABLE MOUNTAIN ROCK AVALANCHE (RI-281)
By: Jessica J. Castleton and Ben A. Erickson On August 24, 2019, at approximately 5:30 p.m., a large slab of Navajo Sandstone detached from a vertical cliff face of Cable Mountain above the Weeping Rock area, in Zion National Park,...
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Landslide Inventory Map of the 2012 Seeley Fire Area, Carbon and Emery Counties, Utah (SS-153)
By: Greg N. McDonald and Richard E. GiraudThis map presents a landslide inventory for the 2012 Seeley fire area, Carbon and Emery Counties, Utah, at a scale of 1:24,000. The purposes of the map and accompanying geodatabase are to show...
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Geologic Hazards of the Copperton Quadrangle, Salt Lake County, Utah (SS-152)
By: Jessica J. Castleton, Ashley H. Elliot, and Greg N. McDonaldThe Copperton quadrangle, in the western part of the Salt Lake Valley, is expected to experience a significant population increase over the next several decades. As urbanization expands into areas...
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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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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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Landslide Inventory Map for the Upper Muddy Creek Area, Sanpete and Sevier Counties, Utah (SS-155)
By: Greg N. McDonald and Richard E. GiraudThis map represents a landslide inventory for the upper Muddy Creek area, Sanpete and Sevier Counties, Utah, at a scale of 1:24,000. The map covers 54 square miles on southern part of the...
$14.95
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