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What type of map is this?
geologic map.
Are there any faults on the map? If so, what types?

Around Salt Lake, what is the geologic age of the area and what type of geologic unit is found there?

South of Richfield, what type of rock is most prevalent?

Which geologic area or rock is the oldest?

Which geologic area or rock is the youngest?

Are there any intrusive rocks found in Utah? And where?

In the Green River and Price area, what fossil fuel would you expect to find there?
(type q1 answer it'll show the map)

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1. geologic map Utah

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