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The lithofacies and paleogeography of the Crazy Hollow Formation, central Utah
(Northern Illinois University, 1986)
The Eocene fluviatile Crazy Hollow Formation of central Utah is characterized regionally by its lithic variety, and is differentiated stratigraphically from its enclosing lacustrine rock units. The Crazy Hollow is ...
Tales of tertiary tuffs in central Utah
(Northern Illinois University, 1990)
Volcanic rocks from the Goldens Ranch Formation, the Moroni Formation and the East Tintic Volcanic district of central Utah have important lithological, compositional and mineralogical distinctions which complicate their ...
Stratigraphy and petrology of the Colton Formation (Eocene), Gunnison Plateau, central Utah
(Northern Illinois University, 1980)
The Colton Formation consists of green calcareous claystone, red, green and variegated mudstone, speckled mudstone and siltstone, thin-bedded carbonates, siltstones and sandstones, and channel sandstone. Sedimentary ...
Morrison(?) formation of central Utah reassigned
(Northern Illinois University, 1985)
Sequences of interbedded conglomerates, sandstones, variegated mudstones, and minor limestone, previously mapped as Jurassic Morrison (?) Formation, are exposed along the east front of the Gunnison Plateau in central Utah. ...
Integrated structural and fracture analysis of Lisbon Valley Salt Anticline, Utah
(Northern Illinois University, 2015)
The Lisbon Valley Anticline is one of several NW-trending, salt-cored anticlines in the Paradox Basin of eastern Utah and southwestern Colorado. These structures formed when evaporites of the Paradox Formation were subjected ...
Stratigraphy and petrology of the Green River formation (Eocene), Gunnison Plateau, Central Utah
(Northern Illinois University, 1982)
The Green River Formation consists of green, gray, red, and variegated calcareous mudstones and claystones, thin- to medium-bedded siltstones and sandstones, channel sandstones and conglomerates, and thin-bedded carbonates. ...