Geologic map of the Goshen Valley North Quadrangle, Utah County, Utah (M-230)

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1:24,000 Geologic Maps
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By: D. L. Clark, R. F. Biek, and E. H. Christiansen

This quadrangle is located in central Utah within the eastern Basin and Range Province, and includes parts of Goshen Valley and the Mosida Hills (also called southern Lake Mountains) along the west and south margins of Utah Lake. Bedrock in the northwest part of the map area includes folded and faulted Mississippian-age strata and a few exposures of Tertiary volcanic rocks related to the Soldiers Pass volcanic field. The majority of the quadrangle is covered by Quaternary surficial deposits, which are primarily associated with lacustrine deposition at and near the Provo level of Lake Bonneville, and with subsequent alluvial-fan development.

Contains two plates, the geologic map at 1:24,000-scale and the explanation sheet, both.

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Published: 2009
Plates: 2 pl.
Scale: 1:24,000
Location: Utah County
Media Type: Paper Map

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