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The geology of the Kamas-Coalville region, Summit County, Utah, and its relation to ground-water conditions (WRB-29)
By: H. A. Hurlow, editor The Kamas-Coalville region is in the Middle Rocky Mountains physiographic province, about 30 miles east of the Wasatch Front urban area. Rapid population growth and increased water use are the impetus for a collaborative study...
$21.95
The geology of the Snyderville basin, western Summit County, Utah, and its relation to ground-water conditions (WRB-28)
By: F. X. Ashland, C. E. Bishop, M. Lowe, and B. H. Mayes, editors Urbanization of parts of the Snyderville basin has been accompanied by an increasing demand to develop the area?s ground-water resources. Ground water is present in shallow...
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Geologic evaluation of wastewater disposal in bedrock, Duchesne County, Utah (SS-72)
By: W. E. Mulvey and W. R. Lund Surficial deposits in the Black Rock Desert of west-central Utah, in an area encompassing 12 7.5-minute topographic quadrangles, were mapped at a scale of 1:100,000. The Black Rock Desert is the southern...
$7.50
Aquifer Parameter Estimation from Aquifer Tests and Specific-Capacity Data in Cedar Valley and The Cedar Pass Area, Utah County, Utah (SS-146)
By: Lucy JordanThis 53-page report details aquifer parameter estimation in and near Cedar Valley, west of Utah Lake and the Lake Mountains, in Utah County, Utah. The UGS conducted five aquifer tests on the two most important aquifers in the...
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Evaluation of potential geologic sources of nitrate contamination in ground water, Cedar Valley, Iron County, Utah with emphasis on the Enoch area (SS-100)
By: M. Lowe and J. Wallace Cedar Valley in southwestern Utah is experiencing an increase in residential development, much of which uses septic tank soil-absorption systems for wastewater disposal. Most of this development is taking place on unconsolidated basin-fill deposits,...
$9.95
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Significant drill holes of the Wasatch Front valleys including Cache Valley and Tooele Valley (OFR-82)
By: W. F. Case Records of 292 significant drill holes which were drilled in the major valley areas of the Wasatch Front have been compiled into a Utah Geological and Mineral Survey database, given in this publication. Drill holes which...
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Mapping Groundwater Quality and Chemistry Adjacent to Great Salt Lake, Utah (OFR-699)
By: Stefan M. Kirby, Paul C. Inkenbrandt, and Andrew RupkeThis report details the data compilation and database construction of groundwater chemistry adjoining Great Salt Lake and its wetlands. The database includes publicly available major solute, trace constituent, nutrient, and isotopic...
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Spring Inventory and Preliminary Groundwater Dependent Ecosystems Assesment of Manti-La Sal National Forest, Wasatch Plateau, Utah (OFR-662)
By: Paul Inkenbrandt, Richard Emerson, Janae Wallace, J. Lucy Jordan, and Stefan KirbyIn cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service, the Utah Geological Survey mapped springs and groundwater dependent ecosystems on the Wasatch Plateau. Using remote sensing, GIS, and field checking,...
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Groundwater Quality Classification for the Principal Basin-Fill Aquifer, East Shore Area, Davis County, Utah (OFR-592)
By: Janae Wallace, Paul Inkenbrandt, and Mike Lowe Contains a 15-page report with a 79-page appendices and 3 maps at 1:24,000 and 1:50,000 scale, in easily readable PDF format, that address groundwater quality in the east shore area of Davis...
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Ground-water quality classification for the principal basin-fill aquifer, Salt Lake Valley, Salt Lake County, Utah (OFR-560)
By: J. Wallace and M. Lowe Contains a report (15 pages + 64-page appendix) and three plates (maps at 1:75,000 scale), all, that address ground-water quality in Salt Lake Valley?s basin-fill aquifer and provide recommendations for water-resource management and land-use...
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Ground-water conditions in the Green Pond landslide, Weber County, Utah (OFR-528)
By: F. X. Ashland, R. E. Giraud, G. N. McDonald, and A. H. Elliott The Green Pond landslide is a large historically active landslide crossed by SR-226 in Weber County, Utah. The landslide is elongate, somewhat irregularly shaped, about 7800...
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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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Ground-water resources of the southern Wasatch Front, Utah (M-55C)
By: D. Price and L. Conroy This is one of a series of map reports compiled by the USGS and UGS describing the geology and related natural resources and hazards of the densely populated Wasatch Front of Utah. This report...
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Ground-water resources of the central Wasatch Front areas (M-54C)
By: D. Price This is one of a series of map reports compiled by the USGS and UGS describing the geology and related natural resources and hazards of the densely populated Wasatch Front of Utah. This report defines in a...
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Shallow ground water and related hazards in Utah (M-110)
By: S. Hecker and K. M. Harty, compilers Many population centers in the state are in areas susceptible to shallow ground-water problems. Rising water tables in recent years have caused flooding in basements, storage tanks, underground utilities, waste dumps, and...
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A summary of the ground-water resources and geothermal hydrology of Grand County, Utah (C-99)
By: C. Eisinger and M. Lowe In Grand County, ground water has been withdrawn primarily from two types of aquifers: fractured rock and unconsolidated deposits. Some of the better water-yielding rock units are grouped together into nine aquifers, including: the...
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Guidelines for preparing hydrogeologic and soil reports addressing suitability for alternative wastewater disposal systems in Weber County, Utah (C-102)
By: M. Lowe and D. Sorensen Many lots in Weber County presently cannot be developed because adverse site characteristics (such as soil that percolates outside of acceptable rate ranges or shallow ground water) make them unsuitable for conventional wastewater disposal...
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Preliminary hydrogeologic framework characterization - ground-water resources along the western side of the northern Wasatch Range, eastern Box Elder County, Utah (C-101)
By: H. A. Hurlow This report summarizes the bedrock geology of the western part of the northern Wasatch Range in eastern Box Elder County, Utah , and its relation to ground-water resources. The southern part of the northern Wasatch Range...
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Energy, mineral, and ground-water resources of Carbon and Emery Counties, Utah (B-132)
By: R. W. Gloyn, D. E. Tabet, B. T. Tripp, C. E. Bishop, C. D. Morgan, J. W. Gwynn, and R. E. BlackettThe Utah Geological Survey has collected and evaluated information on the known and potential energy, mineral, and ground-water...
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Geology and mineral resources of Box Elder County, Utah (B-115)
By: H. H. Doelling Box Elder County is situated in the northwest corner of Utah bordering with Idaho on the north, Nevada on the west, Tooele and Weber counties on the south and Cache County on the east. It comprises...
$16.95
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