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Cedar Breaks National Monument Selected References

Fillmore, R., 2000, The Geology of the Parks, Monuments and Wildlands of Southern Utah: The University of Utah Press, 268 p.

Hatfield, S. C., Rowley, P. D., Sable, E. G., Maxwell, D. J., Cox, B. V., McKell, M. D., and Kiel, D. E., 2000. Geology of Cedar Breaks National Monument, Utah. in Sprinkel, D. A., T. C. Chidsey, Jr. and P. B. Anderson (editors). Geology of Utah’s Parks and Monuments. Utah Geological Association Publication 28, p. 139-154.

McDonald, R.E., 1972, Eocene and Paleocene rocks of the southern and central Basins: in Geologic Atlas of the Rocky Mountain Region: Denver, CO: Rocky Mountain Association of Geologists, p. 242-256.

Nelson, S. T., and Tingey, D. G., 1997, Time- transgressive and extension-related basaltic volcanism in southwest Utah and vicinity: Geological Society of America Bulletin 109, p. 1249-1265.

Geologic Maps

Biek, R. F., Moore, D. W., Anderson, J .J., Rowley, P .D., Nealy, L .D., Sable, E.G., and Matyjasik, B., 2009, Interim
geologic map of the south-central part of the Panguitch 30' x 60' quadrangle, Garfield, Iron and Kane Counties, Utah-Year 1 progress report: Utah Geological Survey, Open-File Report 553, scale 1:62500.

Gregory, H.E., 1950, Geology of eastern Iron County, Utah: Utah Geological and Mineralogical Survey, Bulletin 37, scale 1:63360.

Gregory, H.E., 1950, Reconnaissance geologic map of eastern Iron County, Utah: Utah Geological and Mineralogical Survey, Map 1, scale 1:63360.

Wilson, M.T. and Thomas, H.E., 1964, Hydrology and hydrogeology of Navajo Lake, Kane County, Utah: U.S. Geological Survey, Professional Paper 417-C, scale 1:62500.

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