|Elephant Canyon Formation (Upper Pennsylvanian)
|Honaker Trail Formation (Middle and Upper Pennsylvanian)
|Cedar Mesa Sandstone (Permian)
|Cutler Formation/Cedar Mesa Sandstone, undifferentiated (Permian)
|Organ Rock Shale
|Alluvium and sand sheet deposits (Holocene and Pleistocene?)
|Artificial fill and quarries (Holocene)
|Alluvial deposits (Holocene and Pleistocene?)
|Sand dune deposits (Holocene)
|Sand sheet deposits (Holocene)
|Young alluvial fan deposits (Holocene)
|Young intermediate alluvial fan deposits (Holocene)
|Floodplain deposits (Holocene)
|Ponded deposits (Holocene)
|Colorado River terrace deposits (Holocene)
|Rock fall debris (Holocene)
|Stream-channel alluvium (Holocene)
|Young alluvial terrace deposits (Holocene)
|Intermediate alluvial terrace deposits (Holocene and Pleistocene?)
|Old alluvial terrace deposits (Pleistocene)
|Boundary between two mapped units that retains the original depositional or intrusive relationship. The contact has been observed or is closely constrained, so it is well located as described in Positional_Accuracy.
|Structural boundary between mapped units or structural discontinuity within a mapped unit that has experienced relative offset between the rock bodies on either side of the fault. The fault has been observed or is closely constrained, so it is well located as described in Positional_Accuracy.
|Structural boundary between mapped units or structural discontinuity within a mapped unit that has experienced relative offset between the rock bodies on either side of the fault. The fault is obscured by overlying mapped units, so it is not well located as described in Positional_Accuracy, but the location is constrained to be within about 95 meters on the ground.
|The lateral and vertical transition zone in the lithologic characteristics of contemporaneous deposits.
|Edge of the mapped area. Used primarily to bound polygons at the edge of the map database.
|Arcmarker attached to an arc describing the nature of displacement along a fault. Side of arc with bar and ball is the side with downthrown displacement.
|Placeholder - no arcmarker is drawn on arc.
|Observed location of an enclosed depression or cave.
This database was prepared by George Billingsley, Debra Block, and Tracey Felger. Technical review was provided by Harland Goldstein and Fred Peterson. Digital review was provided by Scott Graham.
The geologic data presented is intended to provide additional information to park resource managers of Canyonlands National Park to help better understand and implement range management practices, biological studies, archaeological programs, and visitor interpretive information systems.
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|Bedrock and surficial geologic units in format Shapefile (version 1.0) Size: 5.2