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Surficial geologic map of the East Cache fault zone, Cache County, Utah
(1989)
  • James P. McCalpin
Abstract
The 1:50,000-scale map shows surficial geologic deposits and the faults that displace them along the East Cache fault zone in northern Utah. The East Cache fault is a north-trending normal fault that extends about 77 km along the eastern side of Cache Valley (an east-tilted graben) at the base of the Bear River Range. The map includes a description of Quaternary deposits along the fault zone, a description of the fault segments, and estimates of the age, size, and distribution of fault scarps in the fault zone.
Keywords
  • active fault,
  • Utah
Publication Date
1989
Citation Information
James P. McCalpin. "Surficial geologic map of the East Cache fault zone, Cache County, Utah" (1989)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/james_mccalpin/9/