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Environmental & engineering geology of the Wasatch Front region

Environmental & engineering geology of the Wasatch Front region
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Edited by: W. R. Lund

Over the years, the term "environmental geology" has shifted in emphasis from the study of geologic hazards to the study if air, land, and water pollution. The study of geologic hazards is now more commonly considered engineering geology. Today, environmental geologists need to know not only the fundamental principals of geology and hydrology, but organic and inorganic chemistry, occupational health and safety, and environmental laws and regulations issued by former and newly established federal, stat, county, and local agencies.

Papers on both environmental and engineering geology are included in this volume. The current definition of the Wasatch Front Region is similar to that used in 1971, extending from Brigham City to Nephi, but includes more area to the east and west. The papers included in this publication are listed below:

Seismotectonic setting and recurrence of large earthquakes in the Wasatch Front region, by S. Hecker

Large earthquakes on the Salt Lake City segment of the Wasatch fault zone - summary of new information from the South Fork Dry Creek site, Salt Lake County, Utah, by B. D. Black, W. R. Lund, and B. H. Mayes

Quaternary faulting in the Stansbury fault zone, Tooele County, Utah, by J. M. Helm

Reverse faulting in the borrow area of Little Dell Dam, Salt Lake County, Utah, by B. A. Bryant, and C. E. Cole

An integrated geophysical analysis of shallow faulting in the Wasatch fault zone near Springville, Utah County, Utah, by A. K. Benson, and N. B. Mustoe

Integrating geophysical and trench data to analyze shallow faulting in the Wasatch fault zone near Provo, Utah County, Utah, by A. K. Benson, N. B. Mustoe, and J. N. Carver

The problem of the random earthquake in seismic hazard analysis: Wasatch Front region, Utah, by J. C. Pechmann and W. J. Arabasz

Seismic hazard evaluation of the Magna tailings impoundment, by I. Wong, S. Olig, R. Green, Y. Moriwaki, N. Abrahamson, D. Baures, W. Silva, P. Somerville, D. Davidson, J. Pilz, and B. Dunne

Seismic analysis using a geographic information system: an application to dam safety, by J. Borgione

Introduction to landslides of the Wasatch Front region, by R. L. Hylland and K. M. Harty

Landslide hazards of western Wasatch County, Utah, by M. D. Hylland and M. Lowe

The rainbow imports landslide - a window for looking at landslide mechanisms within the Ogden River landslide complex, Weber County, Utah, by B. C. Vandre and M. Lowe

Rockfall hazard probabalistic risk analysis, a case study, Ogden Canyon, Utah, by C. V. Nelson

Slope design procedures at the Bingham Canyon mine, by Z. M. Zavodni and S. D. Ericksen

G.I.S. applications in the northern Wasatch Front, pre-fire hazard risk assessment, Davis and Weber Counties, Utah, by N. C. Evenstad and R. C. Rasely

Dilemmas in regulating debris-flow hazards in Davis County, Utah, by J. R. Keaton

Geomorphic investigation and failure history of the liquefaction-induced north Ogden landslide complex, Weber County, Utah, by K. M. Harty and M. Lowe

Geomorphology and failure history of the earthquake-induced Farmington Siding landslide complex, Davis County, Utah, by M. Lowe, K. M. Harty, and M. D. Hylland

Description and quantification of the ground-water basins of the Wasatch Front, Utah, 1904-1994, by J. S. Gates

Hydrogeology of recharge areas of the principal aquifers along the Wasatch Front and adjacent areas, Utah, by P. B. Anderson and D. D. Susong

Hydrogeology of western Wasatch County, Utah, with emphasis on recharge-area mapping for the principle valley-fill aquifers in Heber and Round Valleys, by M. Lowe

Hydrology and water quality of the Lincoln Point-Bird Island area, Utah Lake, Utah, by L. E. Spangler, R. L. Baskin, and W. F. Holmes

Delineation of protection areas around Olsens Spring, Mantua Valley, Box Elder County, Utah, by M. E. Jensen, M. Lowe, L. Spangler, and M. Wireman

Engineering geology of Jordanelle Dam, by G. Dow

Engineering geology for design of the Kern River pipeline at the Wasatch fault crossing, Davis County, Utah, by J. R. Keaton

Construction on soft clay using wick drains and preload - a case history, by R. L. Owens

Reclamation of abandoned mine openings along the Wasatch Front, by L. A. Amodt

Crawford Mountains, northeastern Utah: history of an abandoned phosphate mining district, by J. L. Methner and M. R. Mesch

Brief history of Bureau of Reclamation investigations in the Wasatch Front region and annotated bibliography of relevant reports, by D. E. Grundvig

Transport and fate modeling at a gasoline fueling facility: tools to demonstrate natural attenuation of benzene, by R. D. Jenkins

Geophysical and geochemical data to map ground-water contamination -- Utah County, Utah, by A. K. Benson, K. L. Payne, and M. A. Stubben

Using interval resistivity data to help detect ground-water contamination as a function of space and time -- a case study, Provo Utah, by A. K. Benson and M. A. Stubben

Nitrate contamination of the Moroni, Utah municipal water supply and hydrologic control of nitrate contamination, by D. M. Horns

Closure of a gold heap leach facility at Barrick Mercur mine, Tooele County, Utah, by G. M. Eurick and L. C. Robison

Mapping liquefaction hazards in the Wasatch Front region: opportunities and limitations, by J. R. Keaton and L. R. Anderson

Volcanic hazards in the Great Salt Lake area inferred from Pliocene and Quaternary volcanism, by D. M. Miller, J. K. Nakata, C. G. Oviatt, W. P. Nash, and D. W. Fiesinger

Flooding hazards associated with Great Salt Lake, by G. Atwood and D. R. Mabey

The application of a non-inundation approach of paleoflood hydrology for the assessment of extreme flood hazards on the Ogden River, Utah, by D. A. Ostenaa and D. R. Levish

Geologic hazards information: availability and technology transfer through public outreach and education, by S. N. Eldredge, R. D. Carey, G. E. Christenson, J. L. Jarva, S. J. Nava, and E. (DeeDee) H. O'Brien

Pre-disaster, multi-hazard mitigation planning workshops for communities, by R. D. Carey

Gilbert's vanishing deltas: a century of change in Pleistocene deposits of northern Utah, by M. A. Chan and M. R. Milligan

Environmental and engineering geology of the Wasatch Front region, 1995 Utah Geological Association field conference, September 23, 1995, road log, by D. Horns, N. Evenstad, L. Amodt, G. Atwood, B. D. Black, M. Hylland, J. R. Keaton, W. R. Lund, K. Rollins, and B. Vandre

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Published: 1995
Pages: 541 p.
Location: Box Elder County, Cache County, Davis County, Juab County, Morgan County, Salt Lake County, Sanpete County, Summit County, Tooele County, Utah County, Wasatch County and Weber County
Media Type: Paper Publication

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