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Geologic and geophysical maps and volcanic history of the Kelton Pass SE and Monument Peak SW Quadrangles, Box Elder County, Utah

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Felger, T.J., Miller, D.M., Langenheim, V.E., Fleck, R.J., 2016, Geologic and geophysical maps and volcanic history of the Kelton Pass SE and Monument Peak SW quadrangles, Box Elder County, Utah: Utah Geological Survey Miscellaneous Publication 16-1DM, 2 sheets, scale 1:24,000, pamphlet 34 p., http://ugspub.nr.utah.gov/publications/misc_pubs/mp-16-1.pdf.

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The Kelton Pass SE and Monument Peak SW 7.5' quadrangles are located in Box Elder County, northwestern Utah (figure 1; plate 1). The northern boundary of the map area is 8.5 miles (13.7 km) south of the Utah-Idaho border, and the southern boundary reaches the edge of mud flats at the north end of Great Salt Lake. Elevations range from 4218 feet (1286 m) along the mud flats to 5078 feet (1548 m) in the Wildcat Hills. Deep Creek forms a prominent drainage between the Wildcat Hills and Cedar Hill. The closest towns are the ranching communities of Snowville, Utah (10 miles [16 km] to the northeast) (figure 1), and Park Valley, Utah (10 miles [16 km] to the west).The Kelton Pass SE and Monument Peak SW 7.5' quadrangles are located entirely [...]

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