Geochronology Database Rock and other geologic deposit ages. Geologic Canyon Tour Tour the canyons of the Wasatch Front. Geologic Map Portal Navigate and download Utah geologic maps. GeoSights Explore Utah’s lesser-known geologic wonders. Geothermal Wells & Springs Data and locations throughout Utah. Groundwater Monitoring Portal
Great Salt Lake The lake appeared on 18th-century maps of the continent through reports of explorer-trappers and Indian tales as a semilegendary body alternately named Timpanogos or Buenaventura, depending on the source.
The Utah Geologic Survey produced this free interactive geologic map of the state. Zoom in to identify rock types and ages, as well as volcanic eruptions. Sedimentation Zion was a relatively flat basin near sea level 240 million years ago.
It covers an area of 84,899 square miles. The state can be divided into three major land areas: The Rocky Mountains: There are two ranges of Rocky Mountains that run in the state of Utah. These are the Uinta Range and the Wasatch Range.
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Geographic center: In Sanpete Co., 3 mi. N. of Manti Number of counties: 29 Largest county by population and area: Salt Lake, 1,029,655 (2010); San Juan, 7,821 sq mi. National parks: 5 National monuments: 6 State parks/forests: 40 Residents: Utahan, Utahn 2016 resident population est.: 3,051,217
Zion National Park. Utah is a geographically diverse state covering an area of 219,890 km 2 and located in the west-central region of the United States.This mountainous state comprises three distinct landform regions: the Rocky Mountains, the Colorado Plateau, and the Basin and Ridge region.
Glaciers dramatically carved the Uintas, and now they are a wilderness of cool forests, alpine meadows, lakes, and rocky peaks. 12,028-foot-tall Leidy Peak is the highest place you can stand in Daggett county. The Green River cuts through the eastern part of the Uintas. The streams flowing from the mountains swell the Green with their waters.