Survey Notes is an informative, non-technical magazine on noteworthy and interesting geologic topics in Utah and serves as the official UGS newsletter. You can find past Survey Notes issues in the Survey Notes Archive.
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Current Issue: January 2023 – Volume 55, Number 1
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Regular columns include Glad You Asked, GeoSights, Teacher’s Corner, Program News, Survey News, and New Publications.
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Recent Issues of Survey Notes
Volume 54, Number 3
New, Novel, and Updated! Wetland Mapping Improves Across Utah
Hazard News-Putting Down Roots in Utah’s Earthquake Country Second Edition Provides Updated and New Information
Glad You Asked: What are the Oldest Rocks in Utah?
GeoSights: Trek to Fremont Island (Disappointment Island)
Volume 54, Number 2
Assessing Geologic Carbon Sequestration Opportunities in Utah
Paleo News: New Discoveries of Morrison Formation Plant Fossils Expand Our Knowledge of Jurassic Ecosystems
Glad You Asked: What is Utah’s Largest Meteorite?
GeoSights: Big and Little Brush Creek “Ice” Caves, Uintah County, Utah
Volume 54, Number 1
Incorporating Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) Technology in Geologic Hazard Characterization and Emergency Response: Zion National Park
The New Utah Aerial Imagery Database: A Statewide Resource of Historical Aerial and Related Imagery
Energy News: Critical Minerals: Reshaping the Minerals Industry
Glad You Asked: What Movies Feature Utah Geology?
GeoSights: Microbialites of Bridger Bay, Antelope Island, Great Salt Lake