Tag Archive for: Wellsville Mountains

Hope you all enjoy the President’s Day holiday! Here’s your photo for the day.

Wellsville Mountains near Honeyville, Utah
Photographer: Chris DuRoss; © 2011

Limestone clasts deposited by a debris flow (fast-moving mixture of sediment and water) at the base of the Wellsville Mountains near Honeyville. Debris flows form as saturated hillslope sediments move or are eroded, and commonly occur in areas burned by wildfires.

Wellsville Mountains, Cache County, Utah
Photographer: Stefan Kirby

Cephalopod fossil in the Mississippian-age Great Blue Limestone along the crest of the Wellsville Mountains, Cache County.

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