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Utah Geological Association
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The UGS presents this Geofluids of Utah guidebook, which has papers highlighting key fields in the study of geofluids. This guidebook features four broad subjects in the realm of geofluids: (1) potable water, (2) geothermal energy, (3) biomarkers and hydrocarbons, and (4) evaporites, diagenesis, and magmatic fluids.  Water and geologic resources are often the heart of controversial issues in Utah, and this book discusses the science behind some of the debated subject areas in Utah, including the recently reduced Bears Ears National Monument, the availability of water in the relatively dry southwestern corner of the state, and the changes in the salt crust at the Bonneville Salt Flats.  The guidebook also discusses Utah's great geothermal potential.

Edited by: Steven H. Emerman, Brenda Bowen, Stuart Simmons, and Steven Schamel

Pgs: 327

Media: Report or CD

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