The geology of Goblin Valley State Park (PI-65)
By: M. R. Milligan The wonderfully grotesque stone sculptures that are Goblin Valley State Parkâ€™s main attraction are the consequence of millions of years of geologic history. Within the park are rocks composed of sediments from ancient seas, shorelines, river...
Geologic map of Antelope Island, Davis County, Utah (M-127)
By: H. H. Doelling, G. C. Willis, M. E. Jensen, S. Hecker, W. F. Case, and J. S. Hand Antelope Island is a small fault-block mountain range in the Basin and Range physiographic province which extends from the Wasatch Front...
Geologic map of Bryce Canyon National Park and vicinity, southwestern Utah (I-2108)
By: W. E. Bowers Geologic maps use a combination of colors, lines, and symbols to depict the relative age, composition, and relationships among rocks and sediments at and near the earth's surface.Other Information: Published: 1991Plates: 1 pl.Scale: 1:24,000Color/B&W: ColorLocation: Garfield...