Geologic map of the Center Creek quadrangle, Wasatch County, Utah (M-192)

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1:24,000 Geologic Maps

By: R. F. Biek, M. D. Hylland, J. E. Welsh, and M. Lowe

The Center Creek quadrangle lies astride a structural and topographic saddle between the Wasatch Range and Uinta Mountains. The quadrangle includes three distinct groups of rocks: (1) allochthonous, Permian to Pennsylvanian Oquirrh Formation in the Charleston thrust plate that is deformed into two large, southeast-plunging folds; (2) parautochthonous, southwest-dipping Mesozoic strata beneath the Charleston thrust; and (3) subhorizontal, Oligocene to Eocene clastic and volcanic rocks that unconformably overlie older strata.

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Published: 2003
Pages: 25 p.
Plates: 2 pl.
Scale: 1:24,000
Location: Wasatch County
Media Type: Paper Map

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