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MAP 241

m-241-insertGEOLOGIC MAP OF THE WHITE HOUSE QUADRANGLE, GRAND COUNTY, UTAH
Hellmut H. Doelling and Paul Kuehne

The White House quadrangle is located northeast of Arches National Park in eastern Utah. Exposed strata range from Late Jurassic Brushy Basin Member of the Morrison Formation to Late Cretaceous Mancos Shale. The quadrangle overlies the ancestral Paradox basin and is influenced by salt-related folds, including the Salt Valley anticline to the west and Cisco Dome to the east.

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MAP 240

m-240GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE SAGERS FLAT QUADRANGLES, GRAND COUNTY, UTAH
Hellmut H. Doelling and Paul Kuehne

The Sagers Flat quadrangle is located northeast of Arches National Park in eastern Utah. Exposed strata range from Early Cretaceous Cedar Mountain Formation to Late Cretaceous Mancos Shale. The area overlies the ancestral Paradox basin and is influenced by salt-related folds, including the Salt Valley anticline to the west and Cisco Dome to the east.

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MAP 236

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GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE CHARLESTON QUADRANGLE, WASATCH COUNTY, UTAH
Robert F. Biek and Mike Lowe

The Charleston quadrangle lies on the south edge of a structural and topographic saddle between the Wasatch Range and Uinta Mountains.  The quadrangle includes the southern part of Heber City and Heber Valley and the northern half of Round Valley, as well as parts of Deer Creek Reservoir and Wasatch Mountain State Park.  The quadrangle also straddles the north edge of the Charleston-Nebo thrust plate, and thus includes three distinct groups of rocks: (1) a nearly complete section of Pennsylvanian rocks of the Oquirrh Formation that comprises the Charleston thrust plate; (2) underlying, southeast-dipping Jurassic and Triassic strata below the Charleston thrust; and (3) Upper Proterozoic, Cambrian, and Mississippian strata that are exposed in a structurally complicated zone between the Charleston thrust and Deer Creek detachment faults.
A variety of late Tertiary and Quaternary deposits record the evolution of the present landscape.

This geologic map and report provide basic geologic information necessary to further evaluate geologic hazards and resources in the area, and to gain an understanding of the geology upon which this landscape developed.

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MAP 233

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GEOLOGIC MAP OF THE PROVO 7.5′ QUADRANGLE, UTAH COUNTY, UTAH
Barry J. Solomon and Michael N. Machette

The Provo 7.5′ quadrangle covers east-central Utah Valley and includes Provo, the third largest city in Utah.  Hobble Creek, the Provo River, and Spanish Fork are the primary streams in the quadrangle, flowing westward from the Wasatch Range to the Provo Bay portion of Utah Lake.  U.S. Interstate Highway 15 extends from north to south through the map area.  Included are two plates—a geologic map at 1:24,000 scale and an explanation sheet.
2 pl., scale 1:24,000, ISBN 1-55791-799-X, (supercedes OFR-525)

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