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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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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Liquefaction susceptibility map for Tooele Valley, Tooele County, Utah (PI-80)
By: UGS Staff The liquefaction-susceptibility categories of Tooele Valley are mapped based on local geology and subsurface soil and water conditions. In Tooele Valley, the most susceptible soils are along the shorelines of Great Salt Lake and Rush Lake. Answers...
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Liquefaction potential map for Cache Valley, Cache County, Utah (PI-79)
By: UGS Staff The liquefaction-potential categories of Cache Valley are mapped based on local geology and subsurface soil and water conditions and depend on the probability of having an earthquake within a 100-year period that will be strong enough to...
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Liquefaction-potential map for a part of Utah County, Utah (PI-28)
By: J. L. Jarva The liquefaction-potential categories of Utah County are mapped based on local geology and subsurface soil and water conditions and depend on the probability of having an earthquake within a 100-year period that will be strong enough...
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Liquefaction-potential map for a part of Weber County, Utah (PI-27)
By: J. L. Jarva The liquefaction-potential categories of Weber County are mapped based on local geology and subsurface soil and water conditions and depend on the probability of having an earthquake within a 100-year period that will be strong enough...
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Liquefaction-potential map for a part of Salt Lake County, Utah
By: J. L. Jarva The liquefaction-potential categories of Salt Lake County are mapped based on local geology and subsurface soil and water conditions and depend on the probability of having an earthquake within a 100-year period that will be strong...
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Liquefaction-potential map for a part of Davis County, Utah (PI-24)
By: J. L. Jarva The liquefaction-potential categories of Davis County are mapped based on local geology and subsurface soil and water conditions and depend on the probability of having an earthquake within a 100-year period that will be strong enough...
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Liquefaction Hazards in Utah (PI-100)
By: Mark MilliganEarthquake-triggered liquefaction can cause extensive damage and loss of life. While Utah has historically experienced liquefaction-producing earthquakes, it has thus far escaped significant damage. However, the densely populated Wasatch Front region has a 93% probability of one or...
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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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Probabilistic liquefaction severity index maps of the State of Utah (OFR-159)
By: M. A. Mabey and T. L. Youd Liquefaction Severity Index maps for the state of Utah were generated using probabilistic analysis. The Liquefaction Severity Index (LSI) expresses the maximum magnitude of differential deformation which would be the result of...
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Landslide maps of Utah (M-246)
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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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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