The two reports in this Special Study provide critical geologic and paleoseismic information on the Oquirrh fault zone, a Quaternary fault in eastern Tooele County, west-central Utah. The Oquirrh fault zone has long been recognized as a potential source of large earthquakes which could affect military and hazardous waste facilities, nearby towns, and populous areas of the more distant central Wasatch Front. 64 pages + 2 platesSTATE OF UTAH Michael O. Leavitt, Governor DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES Ted Stewart, Executive Director ... Smith Mineral Industry Richard R. Kennedy Civil Engineering E.H. Deedee Oa#39;Brien Public-at-Large C. William Berge Mineral ... resources including mining district and field studies; to develop computerized resource data bases, to answer state, ... The GEOLOGIC EXTENSION SERVICE answers inquiries from the public and provides information about Utaha#39;sanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Oquirrh Fault Zone, Tooele County, Utah|
|Author||:||William R. Lund|
|Publisher||:||Utah Geological Survey - 1996|