Provisional geologic map of the Juab quadrangle, Juab County, Utah (M-132)

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1:24,000 Geologic Maps

By: D. L. Clark

The quadrangle area lies along the eastern margin of the Basin and Range physiographic province and encompasses portions of the West Hills, and Juab and Sage Valleys. In the quadrangle, the West Hills consist of three distinct physiographic segments: 1) a series of cuestas dipping east-southeast (south), 2) rounded, elongated hills and adjacent valleys (north), and 3) low rounded hills between the forks of Sage Valley (northwest). Juab and Sage Valleys are broad, alluviated valleys that flank the West Hills to the east and west, respectively. The topography varies from an elevation of 6622 feet at the Cedar triangulation station, located at the northern border of the map area, to 5050 feet at the Chicken Creek Reservoir, along the southern border. The geology has been mapped at a scale of 1:24,000.

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Published: 1990
Pages: 14 p.
Plates: 2 pl.
Scale: 1:24,000
Location: Juab County
Media Type: Paper Map

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