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The geology of Cedar Valley, Iron County, Utah, and its relation to ground-water conditions

The geology of Cedar Valley, Iron County, Utah, and its relation to ground-water conditions
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By: H. A. Hurlow

The report describes aspects of the geology of Cedar Valley and adjacent areas, located in Iron County, southwestern Utah that most directly influence the occurrence and flow of ground water. The report focuses primarily on unconsolidated to semi-consolidated basin-fill sediments of Quaternary-Tertiary age beneath Cedar Valley because they are presently the most important aquifer for the valley, and secondarily on bedrock units because they are hydrologically connected to the basin fill and are the target of increasing ground-water development.

A digitally compiled geologic map and accompanying cross sections illustrate the geology of the region. The cross sections and related isopach maps show the large-scale geometry and stratigraphy of the basin fill.

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Published: 2002
Pages: 74 p.
Plates: 2 pl.
Scale: 1:100,000
Location: Iron County
Media Type: CD-ROM Publication

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