Geologic map of the Big Bend quadrangle, Grand County, Utah (M-171)

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1:24,000 Geologic Maps

By: H. H. Doelling and M. L. Ross

The Big Bend quadrangle is named for a deeply incised meander bend in the Colorado River in southern Grand County, Utah. It is part of Utah's scenic Red-Rock country and includes the world-famous Delicate Arch and parts of Cache, Castle, and Professor Valleys. The quadrangle lies in the fold-and-fault belt of the northern Paradox basin, a northwest-trending asymmetrical basin that formed adjacent to the ancestral Uncompahgre uplift during Pennsylvanian to Late Triassic time.

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Published: 1998
Pages: 29 p.
Plates: 2 pl.
Scale: 1:24,000
Location: Grand County
Media Type: Paper Map

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