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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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 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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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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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;...
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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;...
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Using geologic-hazards information to reduce risks and losses - a guide for local governments (PI-75)
By: B. J. Solomon Many of the geologic processes that shaped Utah's landscape over the past few million years remain active today. When these natural processes endanger life and property we term them geologic hazards. Utah has experienced loss of...
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Evaluation of interferometric synthetic aperture radar (InSAR) techniques for measuring land subsidence and calculated subsidence rates for the Escalante Valley, Utah, 1998 to 2006 (OFR-589)
By: R. R. Forster Previous studies have shown the Escalante Valley, Utah, is subsiding due to groundwater withdrawal. The magnitude and spatial pattern of this cm/yr.-scale subsidence is mapped with satellite data from a synthetic aperture radar (SAR) using interferometric...
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Notable Utah rock falls in the 1990s and 1980s (OFR-373)
By: W. F. Case This rock-fall history was compiled to help understand rock-fall hazards in Utah. The study of rock falls is important because they are the most common landslides in mountainous and hilly areas and they regularly impact humans....
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Engineering geologic map folio, Springdale, Washington County, Utah (OFR-340)
By: B. J. Solomon This publication is an engineering folio for the Springdale area. Three of the six plates deal with different hazards, which are: landslide hazards; flood hazards and problem soils; and earthquake hazards, shallow ground-water, rock-fall hazards, and...
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Engineering geologic map folio, western Wasatch County, Utah (OFR-319)
By: M. D. Hylland, M. Lowe, and C. E. Bishop This publication is an engineering folio for western Wasatch County. Four plates detail the landslide hazards in the area. Four plates detail the flood hazards, earthquake hazards, and problem soils...
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Geologic hazards of Castle Valley, Grand County, Utah (OFR-238)
By: W. E. Mulvey Castle Valley is in a rapidly developing region experiencing high growth rates. To address development in areas with the potential for geologic hazards, the Castle Valley Planning Commission requested the Utah Geological Survey (UGS) to conduct...
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Geologic hazards and land-use planning: background, explanation, and guidelines for development in Davis County in Designated Geologic Hazards Special Study Areas (OFR-198)
By: M. Lowe, R. M. Robison, C. V. Nelson, and G. E. Christenson, editors Geologic hazards (earthquakes, landslides, debris flows, rock falls, flooding, and shallow ground water) are important factors to be considered prior to development in order to protect...
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Geologic hazards and land-use planning: background, explanation, and guidelines for development in Weber County in Designated Geologic Hazards Special Study Areas (OFR-197)
By: M. Lowe, R. M. Robison, C. V. Nelson, and G. E. Christenson, editors Geologic hazards (earthquakes, landslides, debris flows, rock falls, flooding, and shallow ground water) are important factors to be considered prior to development in order to protect...
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Utah's geologic hazards: a review for realtors (OFR-109)
By: G. E. Christenson and D. R. Mabey Geologic hazards are important in Utah. Ever year these hazards cause significant property damage and in some years the damage totals hundreds of millions of dollars. Government facilities, particularly transportation corridors and...
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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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A plan to reduce losses from geologic hazards in Utah - Recommendations of the Governor's Geologic Hazards Working Group 2006-2007 (C-104)
By: G. E. Christenson and F. X. Ashland, compilers Statewide losses from landslides in 2005 and 2006 likely exceeded $10 million and brought much public and media attention to the risks and challenges of building on hillsides in Utah. Utah...
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