Geologic map of Antelope Island, Davis County, Utah (M-127)

Great Salt Lake and Antelope Island

By: H. H. Doelling, G. C. Willis, M. E. Jensen, S. Hecker, W. F. Case, and J. S. Hand

Antelope Island is a small fault-block mountain range in the Basin and Range physiographic province which extends from the Wasatch Front to the Sierra Nevada Range and includes many similar fault-block ranges. The island consists of a principal north-trending backbone ridge (Daddy Stump Ridge) with subsidiary ridges projecting to the west and east. The major fault boundary on the west side of the island is known as the East Great Salt Lake fault zone. Other faults are present under the lake on the east side of the island, but they probably have less displacement.

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Published: 1990
Pages: 27 p.
Plates: 2 pl.
Scale: 1:24,000
Location: Davis County
Media Type: Paper Map

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