A collector's guide to rock mineral & fossil localities of Utah (MP 95-4)
By: J. R. WilsonWith the tremendous growth of population in this and neighboring states, there are more collectors than ever before and with the rapidly escalating prices for mineral and fossil specimens in the retail market, there is a great...
Gem Trails of Utah
By: James R. Mitchell Updated and expanded, this classic best-seller is filled with expert advice from years of experience. Rockhounds just starting out or collectors who have been discovering Utah's treasures for years will find this an invaluable source of...
Geologic History of Utah: A Field Guide to Utah's Rocks
By: Lehi F. Hintze and Bart J. Kowallis Now revised and updated, this is one of the most authoritative books on Utah geology. Primarily directed towards students of geology, this book is useful for even the professional geologist working in...
Utah Gold and Gems Maps: Reported Occurrences
By: R.N. Preston and M.L. Preston This set of maps depicts the locations of gold and gems throughout the state of Utah. Breaking the state into four section maps, this brand-new publication helps to find locations for gold, silver, and...
Utah Geologic Highway Map (BG-09)
By: Lehi Hintze Utah's landscape is dominated by layered rocks. They come in many colors and shapes and range from rocks formed more than two billion years ago to strata being laid down today. They are the book of stone...
Roadside Geology of Utah
By: Felicie Williams, Lucy Chronic, and Halka Chronic Utah's splendid scenery is the splendor of its rocks. You see them everywhere in their bright colors, intricate patterns, dramatic structures, and eroded sculpture. All kinds and conditions of rocks that record...
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Rockhounding Utah
By: William A. Kappele This completely updated and revised, full-color edition of Rockhounding Utah reveals the grandeur of the state's exposed formations, its canyon walls etched with fossils, and the spires and arches of the Needles District in Canyonlands National...
Utah Ghost Towns/Sites Then and Now
By: R.N. & M.L. Preston The overlay, that is used over the map of UTAH 1900, (maps 3,4,5 and 6) has been reproduced from a modern map. The purpose is to show the changes in the state over a period...
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Lost Treasures of the Old Spanish Trail
By: George A. Thompson Lost Treasures of the Old Spanish Trail describes in great detail the history and lore behind the old trail which leads to the legendary land of Cibola. With recounts of historical tales of the trail and...
Geology Unfolded: An Illustrated Guide to the Geology of Utah's National Parks
By: Thomas H. Morris, Scott M. Ritter, and Dallin P. Laycock A succinct and aesthetically-pleasing guide that addresses the most often asked geological questions about Utah's spectacular national parks. Special features include: aerial photographs for views and insights not obtainable...
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Faded Footprints: The Lost Rhoades Mines and Other Hidden Treasures of the Uintahs
By: George A. Thompson Since its initial publication, Faded Footprints has become a classic, the recognized research guide for prospectors and treasure seekers in Utah's Uinta Mountains. Following the first edition, author George Thompson was contacted by literally thousands of...
Hiking the Southwest's Geology: Four Corner's Region
By: Ralph Lee Hopkins Eager to explore the dramatic canyons, mesas, and isolated mountain ranges of the Colorado Plateau? Discover ancient sand dunes, a vanished sea, and colorful sedimentary layers, places where dinosaurs once roamed? Hike a slot canyon through...
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Audubon Rocks & Minerals
By: National Audubon Society This first all-photographic field guide features 794 full-color images of all the important rocks, gems, and minerals of North America, showing their many variations of color and crystal form. The text provides descriptions of 200 minerals...
A Guide to Gold Panning in Utah Second Edition
By: Alan J. Chenworth Looking for gold in Utah? This book is a comprehensive guide to the prospector who would like to go out on the weekend, take in some beautiful scenery, get some exercise, and maybe find some gold....
Rockhounding Wyoming
By: Kenneth Lee Graham The 75 sites described in this guide take you across the red desert to the high mountain majesty of the Big Horns and Wind Rivers as well as the geologic wonders of Yellowstone National Park. Graham,...
Rockhounding Idaho
By: Garret Romaine Rockhounding Idaho is a must-have book for anyone interested in collecting rocks, minerals, fossils, and gold in the Gem State. Completely up-to-date with over 200 GPS coordinates in ninety-nine collecting locales, it covers popular and widely known...
Geology of Utah's Rivers
By: William T. Parry Despite being the second-driest state in the U.S., Utah has some remarkable rivers. The Bear is the longest river in the country that does not empty into an ocean. The Colorado crosses the most structural barriers...
Pocket Genius: Dinosaurs: Facts at Your Fingertips
Pocket Genius: Dinosaurs profiles more than 140 prehistoric animals and features fossils, skeletons, anatomy, and history as well as species including dinosaurs on land, winged pterosaurs in the sky, and a range of sea monsters in the ocean. Find out...
Buried Treasures You Can Find
By: Robert F. Marx Bob Marx has located treasures all over the world, and others find treasure... every day. A few may find it by luck, but most unearth tier riches only with proper techniques and after careful planning. Use...
A Hiking Guide to the Geology of the Wasatch Mountains: Mill Creek and Neff Canyons, Mount Olympus, Big and Little Cottonwood, and Bells Canyon
By: William T. Parry Northern Utah's Wasatch Mountains are popular destinations for outdoor enthusiasts in every season. These mountains rise spectacularly from the relatively flat valley floor to thirteen peaks over 11,000 feet in elevation. An additional nineteen peaks rise...
You Can Find Gold With a Metal Detector
By: Charles Garrett & Roy Lagal You can find gold with a metal detector. It's easy... when you know how! Just follow three simple rules:1. Look in the right places, areas where gold has been found;2. Search correctly, using a...
Water, Rock, and Time: The Geologic Story of Zion National Park
By: Robert L. Eves This long-awaited book tells the story of the formation of Zion Canyon in Zion National Park. Filled with many awe-inspiring photos and colorful illustrations, Water, Rock, & Time details the elements that created Zion National Park,...
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Roadside Geology of Idaho
By: David D. Alt & Donald W. Hyndman Few states pack so many different rocks into such a small area as Idaho. The ancient sedimentary formations of northern Idaho, the Idaho batholith in the central part of the state, the...
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Life in Stone: Fossils of the Colorado Plateau
By: Christa Sadler Spanning the Four Corners area of the American Southwest, the Colorado Plateau is a remarkable landscape of impressive peaks, high plateaus, and deeply carved canyons. Locked in its colorful rock layers are the fossil remains of organisms...
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