Published June 1988
by Utah Geological Survey .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||109|
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Geologic history of Utah by Lehi F. Hintze, , Brigham Young University, Dept. of Geology edition, in English. The images give a conceptual idea of what the State of Utah may have looked like in its geologic past. Utah also had a history before that time that covered 3 billion years or more but rocks that age are highly deformed or eroded away so past environments are more difficult to reconstruct. animations the geologic history of Utah. To help geology students learn the sequence of rock formations in the three geologic provinces of Utah. To supplement courses in geology at the high school and college levels. Feel free to use or modify this presentation however you choose. Friday, April 1, Earthquakes are as inescapable as the weather. Every year there are a couple of million earthquakes strong enough to be felt. One of consequences of major impact to people is generated by big magnitude earthquakes with hypocenter located at the sea. ( views) The Elements of Geology: Adapted to the Use of Schools and Colleges.
The rocks exposed in Utah have enabled geologists to identify and name almost rock units in order to understand Utah's geologic history. One simplified rendition (by L.F. Hintze) of Utah's geologic past divides Utah's story into eight phases. The first is the longest and least understood. Debris-flood and debris-flow hazard from Lone Pine Canyon near Centerville, Davis County, Utah: An evaluation of the travel distance potential of debris flows: Geologic consequences of the wet year in Utah. Primarily directed towards students of geology, this book is useful for even the professional geologist working in Utah. Much new information regarding Utah's geologic past has been discovered in the twenty-two years since the last edition was published, and the updates have added this new information. LEARN MORE ABOUT THE UTAH GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. The Utah Geological Survey (UGS) is a division of the Utah Department of Natural Resources. Several specialized programs comprise the UGS: Energy & Minerals, Geologic Hazards, Geologic Information & Outreach, Geologic Mapping, Groundwater & Wetlands, and Paleontology.