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Remote sensing study in support of mineral resource appraisal of wilderness study areas near Moab, Utah; Dolores River Canyon Wilderness Study Area, Montrose and San Miguel counties, Colorado; Lost Spring Canyon Wilderness Study Area, Grand County Utah; Behind the Rocks Wilderness Study Area, Grand and San Juan Counties, Utah; Indian Creek Wilderness Study Area, San Juan County, Utah; and Butler Wash Wilderness Study Area, San Juan County, Utah
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A regional remote sensing study was conducted to assist in evaluating the mineral resource potential of five wilderness study areas in western Colorado and eastern Utah, centered on Moab, Utah. Numerous Landsat Multispectral Scanner (MSS) images were used as the basis for a lineament analysis, and two Landsat MSS images were processed for limonite mapping. No Landsat Thematic Mapper data were available for this study. The Behind the Rocks, Indian Creek, and Butler Wash Wilderness Study Areasdoi:10.3133/ofr88219 fatcat:dr6yppoymbaixnayp2ibbsvs5m