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  Structural geology of... Home Instructions Extensional Strike-Slip Contractional   Structural geology of... contractional margins The San Rafael Swell by Lorraine Hamel 3/30/2015 0 Comments   The San Rafael Swell lies in Emery County and northern Wayne County in central Utah (Figure 1 shows the exact
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Photography in the Northern San Rafael Swell                     This article should be printed in landscape orientation. This is a guide to photography in the San Rafael Swell. Particularly, the half of the Swell North
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The San Rafael Swell is a large geologic feature located in south-central Utah about west of Green River, Utah . The San Rafael Swell, approximately , consists of a giant dome-shaped anticline of sandstone, shale, and limestone that was pushed up during the Paleocene Laramide Orogeny million years ago. Since that time,



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