Geologic Resource Maps

Energy and mineral resource maps

Energy resources map of Utah: Map 68

Energy resources map of Utah: Map 68

Energy resources include fossils fuels and geothermal energy.

Mineral resources are rocks and minerals that are extracted or “mined” from the earth and used for human’s benefit. Geologic resource maps show where these mineral resources are located; mine-location maps show where the mines are located. The mine-location map shows the status of each mine and to what segment of the minerals industry it is assigned. Accompanying each mine map is a table that contains some basic information about each mine.

Statewide Resource Maps (pdf)

C-119, Oil and gas fields map of Utah, 2015
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OFR-515, Large mines in Utah, 2008

C-108, Small mine permits in Utah, 2008

M-47, Oil-impregnated rock deposits of Utah, 1979

M-68, Energy resources map of Utah, 1983

M-70, Utah mining district areas and principal metal occurrences, 1983

M-71, Non-metallic mineral resources of Utah, 1983

M-122, Complete Bouguer gravity anomaly map of Utah, 1989

M-215DM, Uranium and vanadium map of Utah, 2005

M-226DM, Coal resource map of Utah, 2006

Geothermal resources: temperature-gradient boreholes

Geothermal sources and general geology, 2009

Interactive map of Utah’s geothermal wells and springs

Other Resource Maps (pdf)

Presentations

Potash Bed Mapping in Northern San Juan County, Paradox Basin, Utah

Andrew Rupke and Taylor Boden, Utah Geological Survey
Presented at AAPG-Rocky Mountain Section, Grand Junction, CO, September 2012

pdf Poster (8MB)