Geologic Map of the Hite Crossing-Lower Dirty Devil River Areas, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Garfield and San Juan Counties, Utah (M-254dm)
By: G. C. Wiillis
Contains a 1:62,500-scale geologic map that cover the Hite Crossing-lower Dirty Devil River area and is one of several maps recently produced by the Utah Geological Survey that together provide complete printed and Geographic information System (GIS) geologic map coverage of Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and the Hite section of Lake Powell. The map includes State Highway 95 crossings of the Colorado and Dirty Devil Rivers, which was completed in 1966 and later designated as Utah's Bicentennial Highway. Exposed strata range from the Pennsylvanian Honaker Trail Formation to the Jurassic Carmel Formation, which are cut by a swarm of mostly northwest-trending faults. Also included is a 12-page booklet that describes this geology.
GIS files are provide in an ESRI file geodatabase and as ESRI shapefiles. Explanatory materials are provided to help the user view, evaluate, and utilize the spatial data. Specialized GIS software is required to utilize the GIS files.
Pages: 12 p.
Plates: 1 pl.
Includes GIS files
Location: Garfield County and San Juan County
Media Type: Paper Map