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The desert-like west (Great Salt Lake Desert) with the drainless Great Salt Lake is part of the Great Basin; it is bounded in the east by the Wasatch Range (up to 3,620 m above sea level) of the Rocky Mountains. In the northeast, the Uinta Mountains, which also belong to the Rocky Mountains, reach 4 126 m above sea level in King’s Peak. To the south, the mountains merge into the Colorado Plateau, the sedimentary layers of which are cut by the Colorado River in deep canyons and overlooked by individual Lakkolites. In terms of climate, Utah is largely part of the intramontane arid region of the USA (annual rainfall in the west 220 mm, at the foot of the Wasatch Range 450 mm, in the mountains over 1,000 mm). Precipitation falls very irregularly, maximums are in the spring and winter months, east of the Great Salt Lake, precipitation falls as snow. The temperature profile is continental, maximum in July (30 ° C in the west, over 20 ° C in the east), minimum in January (in the west just over 0 ° C, around −5 ° C in the east).
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|1||University of Utah
Department of Geology and Geophysics
Address: Frederick A. Sutton Building , Salt Lake City , UT 84112-0111
Phone: (801) 581-7162
Email: [email protected]