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Reconnaissance of the Little Valley landslide, Draper, Utah

Francis X. Ashland

Reconnaissance of the Little Valley landslide, Draper, Utah

evidence for possible late Holocene, earthquake-induced reactivation of a large pre-existing landslide

by Francis X. Ashland

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Published by Utah Geological Survey in [Salt Lake City, Utah] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Landslides -- Utah -- Draper,
  • Geological surveys -- Utah -- Draper

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Francis X. Ashland.
    SeriesOpen-file report / Utah Geological Survey -- 520, Open-file report (Utah Geological Survey) -- 520.
    ContributionsUtah Geological Survey.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQE599.U8 A784 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 17 p. :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22555394M
    LC Control Number2008412337

    - Explore scottchrist's board "Thistle Utah Mud Slide", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Utah, Mud and Ghost towns pins. Figure 1. Map of locations discussed along the Wasatch Front and Traverse Ranges in Draper, Utah. Yellow dots with number labels refer to the related figure number: 2) golf course landslide; 3) Little Valley Landslide (LVL) area; 4) “Landslide A.” Figure is from Nicoll (), drawn after maps by the Utah Geological Survey and sources referenced therein.

    Utah Geological Association (36) Geologic Maps. , Geologic Maps (13) , Geologic Maps (70) , and , Geologic Maps (58) , Geologic Maps (13) , Geologic Maps Beaver Area (13) , Geologic Maps Blanding Area (18) , Geologic Maps Bluff Area (10) , Geologic Maps Bonneville Salt Flat Area (2). MS Book and Mineral Company. Utah Geology and Mining History Publications I - Federal Publications R. C. / THE KAIPAROWITS REGION: A Geographic and Geologic Reconnaissance of Parts of Utah and Arizona, , afb, pages, 31 plates (3 in pocket), 9 figs., $ 40 / LAKE BONNEVILLE: GEOLOGY OF NORTHERN UTAH VALLEY, UTAH, , pb.

    One of the largest landslides in U.S. history, caused by a collapse last year at a copper mine in Utah, triggered earthquakes, the first time rock avalanches have been known to do so, researchers say. Department of Earth Science, Utah Valley University, W. University Parkway, Orem, UT , [email protected] The Grandview Peak landslide failed along bedding planes within an.


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Reconnaissance of the Little Valley landslide, Draper, Utah by Francis X. Ashland Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Ashland. LITTLE VALLEY LANDSLIDE Introduction The Little Valley landslide in Draper is the largest landslide in southern Salt Lake County (figure 1).

The landslide consists of several stacked lobes, possibly suggesting different episodes of movement, and rotational block slides in the head and along the right (northeastern) flank. Reconnaissance of the Little Valley landslide, Draper Utah: evidence for possible late Holocene, earthquake-induced reactivation of a large pre-existing landslide: Creator: Ashland, Francis X.

Contributor: Utah Geological Survey: Publisher: Utah Geological Survey: Agency: Utah Geological Survey; Natural Resources: Date Published: Pages. BibTeX @MISC{Ashland_reconnaissanceof, author = {Francis X. Ashland}, title = {RECONNAISSANCE OF THE LITTLE VALLEY LANDSLIDE, DRAPER, UTAH: EVIDENCE FOR POSSIBLE LATE HOLOCENE, EARTHQUAKE-INDUCED REACTIVATION OF A LARGE, PRE-EXISTING LANDSLIDE.

In Draper, Utah, there is a trailhead at the base of where the Draper Valley landslide occurred. “The Little Valley landslide is one of the largest prehistoric slides in the Salt Lake County.” (Ashland, F.X.,p.

2) Evident landslide and rockfall evidence are shown in Figures 1, 5, and 6. Since this landslide, there has been a lot of. Reconnaissance of the Little Valley landslide, Draper, Utah: Evidence for possible Late Holocene, earthquake-induced reactivation of a large, pre-existing landslide SKU: C SKU: OFR Ashland, F.X.,Reconnaissance of the Little Valley landslide, Draper, Utah-evidence for possible late Holocene, earthquake-induced reactivation of a large pre-existing landslide: Utah Geological Survey Open-File Report17 p.

Survey Notes is an informative, non-technical magazine on noteworthy and interesting geologic topics in Utah. It is the official Utah Geological Survey newsletter and is produced three times a year.

Little Valley. Little Valley Trail and Instructional Trail System. The Little Valley Loop Trail forks from, then rejoins Ann's Trail just across Traverse Ridge Road from Potato Hill. The area is just east of Draper's Corner Canyon. The main Little Valley trail was completed in Reconnaissance of the Little Valley landslide, Draper, Utah: evidence for possible late Holocene, earthquake-induced reactivation Cover title.

Includes bibliographical references (p. Reconnaissance of the Draper Heights landslide and other possible earthquake-induced, shallow, disrupted soil and rock slides Cover title.

Includes bibliographical references (p. In Draper, Utah, there is a trailhead at the base of where the Little Valley landslide occurred. “The Little Valley landslide is one of the largest prehistoric slides in the Salt Lake County.” (Ashland, F.X.,p. 2) Evident landslide and rockfall evidence are shown in Figures 1, 5, and 6.

Reconnaissance of the Little Valley landslide, Draper, Utah: evidence for possible late Holocene, earthquake-induced reactivation Cover title. Includes bibliographical references (p. Research supported by the U.S. Geological Survey, Dept. of Interior, under USGS award number 03HQAG characterize the internal structure of the Little Valley Landslide in Draper, Utah, USA.

The Little Valley Landslide is a pre-historic landslide as old as 13ka B.P. It is found to consist of chaotic and disturbed weathered volcanic units derived from Tertiary age volcanics that comprise a great portion of the Wasatch Range.

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D:\GEOHAZ\SUNCREST\02/21/ 4 2. INTRODUCTION Purpose and Scope of Study The purpose of this study was twofold. The first goal was to make a Landslide Inventory Map of the ca. acre planned and existing Suncrest Development and its immediate vicinity, in Draper, Utah (Fig.

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