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Title: Geology of Circle Cliffs Anticline
Authors: Steed, Robert H.
Issue Date: 1954
Publisher: Intermountain Association of Petroleum Geologists
Citation: Geology of portions of the high plateaus and adjacent canyon lands, central and south-central Utah: Intermountain Association of Petroleum Geologists Fifth Annual Field Conference and Guidebook; vol. 38, no. 12, pp. 99-102 (1954)
Type: conference publication
Pages: 4
Abstract: Circle Cliffs anticline occupies an area, approximately fifteen miles wide, which extends in a northnorthwest direction from Kane County on the south through east-central Garfield County to the Wayne County line. Its axis lies approximately 25 miles east of Boulder, Utah. Hall's Creek, located at the base of the Waterpocket fold, marks the eastern limit of the structure. Access to the Circle Cliffs in conventional vehicles is afforded by a road that roughly follows the historic Burr Trail where it crosses the Waterpocket fold. The central portion of the structure can also be reached from the west in four-wheel-drive vehicles.
URI: http://ds.heavyoil.utah.edu/dspace/handle/123456789/7957
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