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Geology and ground-water resources of Cedar City and Parowan Valleys, Iron County, Utah

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Geology and ground-water resources of Cedar City and Parowan Valleys, Iron County, Utah; 1946; WSP; 993; Thomas, H. E.; Taylor, G. H.

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Cedar City Valley and Parowan Valley are situated in the eastern part of Iron County, in southwestern Utah. Both valleys are traversed by United States Highway 91, which skirts the west base of the High Plateaus of Utah. The sparse population of the valleys is chiefly dependent upon agricultural products for its livelihood. The climate of the region ranges from arid to semiarid, and the agricultural products are dependent upon irrigation by surface streams and, to an increasing extent during recent years, by water pumped from wells.

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