Supplemental material: Geology of Unaweep Canyon and its role in the drainage evolution of the northern Colorado Plateau
journal contributionposted on 11.03.2015 by Gerilyn S. Soreghan, Dustin E. Sweet, Stuart N. Thomson, Sara A. Kaplan, Kristen R. Marra, Greg Balco, Thaddeus M. Eccles
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Geosphere, April 2015, v. 11, p. 320-341, doi:10.1130/GES01112.1, Plate 1 - Full-sized version of Plate 1. Geologic map of the western mouth of Unaweep Canyon. The map includes parts of the Two V Basin (NW), Fish Creek (NE), Pine Mountain (SE), and Gateway (SW) U.S. Geological Survey 7.5′ quadrangles (see index map in figure; see also Eccles, 2013). Geology of the Gateway and Pine Mountain quadrangles is modified from Cater (1955a, 1955b). White rectangular area indicates region where Permian Cutler Formation occurs within a paleovalley hosted in Precambrian basement (see Fig. 5; discussed in text). File size is ~36 MB.