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1 Parr, Clayton JosephA study of primary sedimentary structures around the Moab anticline, Grand County, Utah (Thesis and maps)This study was undertaken to describe the structural development of the Moab salt anticline. Special emphasis was placed on a study of primary sedimentary structures in order to detect any influence the rising salt mass had on patterns of sedimentation during various phases of its growth. The study ...Geology; Utah; Grand County; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1965-08
2 Brooke, John PercivalAlteration and trace elements of volcanics in the San Francisco MountainsThe author wishes to express his appreciation to those individuals who helped complete this thesis. Dr. M.P. Nackowski suggested the topic and guided the research. Dr. William Parry and Mr. Brent Hamil made helpful suggestions and constructive criticisms throughout the project.Mineralogy; Utah; Beaver County; Geochemistry; Ore deposits; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1964-06
3 Wood, William JamesAreal geology of the Coalville vicinity, Summit County, UtahThe author is deeply indebted to Dr. N. C. Williams, who suggested the problem and under whose supervision the research was conducted. His guidance and gentle urging speeded the project to early completion. Many thanks are due Drs. A. J. Eardley and W. L. Stokes for aid and suggestions, and for crit...Geology; Utah; Coalville region; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1953-06
4 Stark, Norman PaulAreal geology of the Upton region, Summit County, Utah-MapsPlates 4 and 5 from the thesis ""Areal geology of the Upton region, Summit County, Utah"".1953-06
5 O'Neill, KellyBifurcate: Intersections and PhotographyThrough my works and research I investigate the photographic medium's ambiguous nature as a simultaneously aesthetic and empirical object. Combining a vast assortment of photographic mediums from contemporary GIFs to historical processes such as the Cyanotype, my work reveals the multiplicity of the...Fine arts; Photography2015-04
6 Metcalf, MattCampus planning: axes, vistas and organizational views2011
7 Mann, Daven CraigClastic laramide sediments of the Wasatch Hinterland, Northeastern Utah (Thesis and maps)Four phases of the Laramide Orogeny are mirrored in the molasse-type sediments of the Wasatch Hinterland (Eardley, 1952, p. 52). The present nomenclature for these sediments is, from oldest to youngest: the Echo Canyon Conglomerate, Evanston Formation, and Wasatch Formation. Several tools useful in ...Sediments (Geology); Utah; Wasatch Hinterland; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1974
8 Rodriguez, Enrique LevyEconomic geology of the sulphur deposits at Sulphurdale, Utah-MapsPlates to accompany thesis ""Economic geology of the sulphur deposits at Sulphurdale, Utah"".1960-08
9 Carter, Eric JefferyFinal graduate design studioContents: Princeton Campus Planning Assignment; Midterm Review; Model Images; Final Presentation Boards2011
10 Arrington, JoshFinal Studio: Princeton University2011
11 Baker, Walker HolcombeGeologic setting and origin of the Grouse Creek pluton, Box Elder County, Utah-MapsPlates to accompany thesis ""Geologic setting and origin of the Grouse Creek pluton, Box Elder County, Utah"".Geology--Utah1959-06
12 Doyuran, VedatGeology and ground-water resources of Ogden Valley, UtahOgden Valley, in Weber County, is a fault trough or graben. It is known as one of the "back valleys" of the Wasatch Range. Consolidated rocks of pre-Tertiary age, unconsolidated and poorly consolidated rocks of Tertiary age, and unconsolidated rocks of Quaternary age constitute the rocks of Ogden Va...Geology -- Utah -- Ogden Valley; Groundwater -- Utah -- Ogden Valley; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1972-06
13 Blue, Donald McCoyGeology and ore deposits of the lucin mining district, Box Elder County, Utah, and Elko County, Nevada-MapsThese images are a part of the thesis ""Geology and ore deposits of the lucin mining district, Box Elder County, Utah, and Elko County, Nevada"". Plate 2 is missing.1960-08
14 Chapusa, Frank W. P.Geology and structure of Stansbury Island (Thesis and maps)Stansbury Island, Tooele County, Utah, is 12 miles long, 3 to 4 miles wide, and is the second largest island in Great Salt Lake. It is at present a peninsula because it is connected to the mainland by mud flats and sand bars. Consolidated sedimentary rocks exposed on the island range in age from La...Geology; Utah; Stansbury Island; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1969-06
15 Morris, Elliot CobiaGeology of the Big Piney area, Summit County, UtahGeology -- Utah -- Summit County; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1953-06
16 Maurer, Robert EugeneGeology of the Cedar Mountains,Tooele County, Utah (Thesis and maps)The Cedar Mountains are in northwestern Utah in the northeastern part of the Basin and Range Province. The area mapped is about 60 miles west of Salt Lake City, Utah and includes an area of about 550 square miles. Sedimentary strata exposed in the Cedar Mountains range in age from Late Mississippia...Geology -- Utah -- Tooele County; Geology -- Utah -- Cedar Mountains; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1970-06
17 Schaeffer, Frederick Ernst Jr.Geology of the Central and Southern silver Island Mountains Tooele County, Utah and Elko County, Nevada-MapsThese plates are part of the thesis ""Geology of the Central and Southern silver Island Mountains Tooele County, Utah and Elko County, Nevada"". Plates 1A, 2A and 2B are missing.Geology -- Utah -- Silver Island Mountains1961-06
18 Earll, Fred NelsonGeology of the Central Mineral Range, Beaver County, UtahThe subject area covers approximately 250 square miles, ""Which includes the central portion of the Mineral Range, an elongate belt of rugged mountains located in the eastern third of Beaver County, Utah. In gross detail, the range is formed of a large granite pluton, which is flanked by Paleozoic a...Geology -- Utah -- Mineral Mountains; Beaver County; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1957-08
19 Zimmerman, James T.Geology of the Cove Creek area Millard County and Beaver County, UtahThe Cove Creek area is near the eastern border of the Basin and Range province, 150 airline miles south-southeast of Salt Lake City, Utah, in the southeastern portion of Millard County, Utah. The sedimentary rocks consist of the Ordovician Pogonip Group (112')> Eureka Quartzite (l04'), and the Fi...Geology; Utah; Cove Creek area; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1961-06
20 Harrill, James ReeceGeology of the Davis Knolls and northern Big Davis Mountain area, Tooele County, UtahThree distinct topographic and structural features comprise the area located immediately south and southeast of the town of Dugway, Tooele County, Utah. These are, from west to east, Big Davis Mountain, Southern Skull Valley, and the Davis Knolls. Formations divisible at the northern end of Big Dav...Geology -- Utah -- Tooele County; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1962-08
21 Egbert, Robert L.Geology of the East Canyon area, Morgan County, UtahGeology -- Utah -- Morgan County; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1954
22 O'Toole, Walter L.Geology of the Keetley-Kamas volcanic areaGeology; Utah; Summit County; Wasatch County; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1951
23 Madsen, James Henry Jr.Geology of the Lost Creek-Echo Canyon Area, Morgan and Summit Counties, UtahGeology -- Utah -- Morgan County; Geology -- Utah -- Summit County; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1959-06
24 Paddock, Robert EdwardsGeology of the Newfoundland Mountains, Box Elder County, UtahThe Newfoundland Mountains consist of a single north-south trending range, located in the midst of the Great Salt Lake Deserts west of Great Salt Lake. A well exposed section of Paleozoic rocks in excess of 15,700 feet thick is present. This includes 2000+ feet of Upper ? Cambrian, 5500+ feet of Ord...Geology; Utah; Newfoundland Mountains; Box Elder County1956-12
25 Doelling, Hellmut H.Geology of the Northern Lakeside Mountains and the Grassy Mountains and vicinity, Tooele and Box Elder Counties, UtahThe northern Lakeside Mountains and the Grassy Mountains, part of the Basin and Range province, include about 500 square miles in northwestern Utah. The two side-by-side, north-south trending mountain ranges are located on the west side of Great Salt Lake, approximately 75 miles west of Salt Lake C...Geology -- Utah -- Tooele County; Geology -- Utah -- Box Elder County; Geology -- Utah -- Grassy Mountains -- Maps; Geology -- Utah -- Lakeside Mountains -- Maps; Thesis and dissertation georeferencing project1964-06
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