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PRESS RELEASE: 2020 Calendar of Utah Geology takes viewers on an interactive journey.

Salt Lake City, UT – Join the Utah Geological Survey for a geologic adventure across Utah, beginning January 2020. The Calendar of Utah Geology features awe-inspiring photos of unique scenery and diverse geology, as well as a little something extra—the opportunity to explore each destination further through an online interactive story, which is a new addition to the calendar.

As the year unfolds and a new calendar photo revealed, viewers are invited online to take a deeper look at the geology of that region. New stories released each month will provide details such as geologic maps, additional photos and video, or history of geologic processes that shaped the landscape. Examples of geologic topics include geologic formations, Great Salt Lake, microbialites, and ancient deserts. Discover some of the fascinating chapters in Utah’s geologic story through the 2020 Calendar of Utah Geology. Click here to take a look inside.

The Calendar of Utah Geology creates an engaging way to travel across the state and enjoy Utah’s beautiful landscapes year-round. It also showcases a beautiful collection of photos taken by UGS employees and geologists in the field, who are often on assignment in some of the state’s most interesting and unique locations.

The Calendar of Utah Geology is available now at the Natural Resources Map & Bookstore for $5.95 each or special pricing of $4.95 for orders of 10 or more. Pick yours up at 1594 West North Temple in Salt Lake City or order online.

This 14th edition of the popular UGS Calendar of Utah Geology has been very well received. The quality photography and accompanying geologic descriptions have garnered complimentary feedback from industry professionals and others. Here is what one viewer had to say about the 2020 calendar:

We certainly live in a stunningly beautiful place. Every year I see the calendar and think it cannot get more beautiful than this… and then it does.