Search Options: Users can access various search options in a drop-down list by clicking the “search” icon (magnifying glass).
• Fault Search—Recognizes any part of a structure name, including fault zone (for example, “Wasatch” fault zone), fault section (for example, “Salt Lake City” section of the Wasatch fault zone), or fault strand (for example, “East Bench” fault, part of the Salt Lake City section of the Wasatch fault zone). “Fault Search” results will be highlighted in light blue. When a fault line or fold axis is clicked on, that part of the structure, and all parts of the structure that share identical attributes, will remain highlighted in light blue, while the rest of the structure becomes highlighted in pink.
• Location Search—Recognizes street address, place name (city, town, business, etc.), and longitude and latitude (in decimal degrees).
• Parcel Search—Recognizes parcel identification number (available only for Box Elder, Cache, Davis, Iron, Juab, Salt Lake, Sanpete, Utah, Washington, and Weber Counties).
Fault Lines and Fold Axes on the Map: Clicking on a fault line or fold axis will open a pop-up window that provides summary information for that particular part of the structure, and all parts of the structure that share identical attributes will be highlighted in light blue. See Glossary [found below] for explanatory information on each of the headings in the pop-up window.Settings: Clicking the “settings” icon at the bottom of the map window allows the user to choose from a variety of basemap options. The high-contrast images of some of these basemaps can make fault and fold lines difficult to see at the basemap’s default setting. This can be remedied by adjusting the basemap’s transparency level using the slider tool accessed by clicking on the “Set basemap transparency” icon. The other icons—“Default extent,” “Find my location,” and “View fullscreen”—are self-explanatory.