BLM UTAH MINERAL RESOURCES
This web map application was created by the Utah Geological Survey (UGS) in cooperation with the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to show geologic resources on BLM land and statewide mineral resources in Utah. Use the links below to download the map data.
Utah Mining Districts publication
Utah Mining Districts GIS data
Industrial Mineral GIS data
Industrial Mineral Resource Potential
Resource potential for various locatable industrial mineral commodities.
Rockhounding Sites on BLM Land
(from UGS Miscellaneous Publication 95-4 by J.R. Wilson)
GeoSights on BLM Land
A collection of Utah's lesser-known geologic wonders (from UGS GeoSights App)
Locations of Utah’s mining districts with summaries of relevant information for each district.
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