Geologic map of Kane County, Utah (M-101)

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By: H. H. Doelling

Kane County, 4105 sq. miles, on Utah?s southern border, contains some of the most colorful and well-exposed geologic features in the world. Located on the ?grand Staircase? set of cliffs northo f the Grand Canyon, it contains parts of two national parks, two large state parks, Glen Canyon Recreation Area, and several primate areas. It also boasts of vast coal and gypsum resources. This postcard shows a generalized geology of the county.

Other Information:
Published: 1987
Location: Kane County
Media Type: Paper Postcard

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