Since 1955 the University of Utah has made gravity surveys throughout Utah in a continuing program to compile a gravity map of the entire state. The field work, compilation, and interpretation of data have been done chiefly by Geophysics graduate students and faculty with financial support provided by various federal, state, and private agencies.
The present paper summarizes the progress and results of these surveys since the last similar summary [Cook, 1965]. The earlier paper gave the objectives and results of the gravity surveys over many of the rift valleys in northern Utah.
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