Geologic map of the Calf Creek quadrangle, Garfield County, Utah (M-120)

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1:24,000 Geologic Maps

By: G. W. Weir and L. S. Beard

The Calf Creek quadrangle, central Garfield County, southcentral Utah, lies in the Circle Cliffs-Teasdale section of the Colorado Plateau physiographic province. The rugged landscape is characterized by mesas, flat-topped ridges, and uneven benches bordered by irregular steep cliffs that descend to deep, narrow canyons. Total relief in the quadrangle is more than 1600 feet; local relief is commonly several hundreds of feet.

The area was included in smaller scale geologic maps by McFall and Peterson, Hackman and Wyant, Doelling, Sargent and Hansen, and Williams. Detterman prepared a photogeologic map of the quadrangle. The present geologic map is based in part on fieldwork in 1978-80 assessing mineral resources of wilderness areas near Escalante.

Other Information:
Published: 1990
Pages: 5 p.
Plates: 2 pl.
Scale: 1:24,000
Location: Garfield County
Media Type: Paper Map

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