By: P. D. Rowley, C. G. Cunningham, T. A. Steven, H. H. Mehnert, and C. W. Naeser
The Marysvale quadrangle is in the central part of the High Plateaus subprovince of the Colorado Plateaus physiographic province. The subprovince is structurally transitional between the block-faulted Basin and Range province to the west and the stable Colorado Plateaus to the east. The quadrangle contains a series of low hills and structural basins between the faultbounded Tushar Mountains on the western edge of the quadrangle and the fault-bounded Sevier Plateau on the eastern edge.
Pages: 15 p.
Plates: 2 pl.
Location: Piute County
Media Type: Paper Map