Gregg Beukelman
Cover photo of the Utah Geological Survey's 2018 Calendar of Utah Geology: Weathering and erosion of the Jurassic-age Entrada Sandstone forms a fantastic array of stone structures locally referred to as “goblins” at Goblin Valley State Park in Emery County.

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Geological Survey recently released the 12th edition of its popular Calendar of Utah Geology.

The calendar features photographs taken by survey staff of the state’s geologic wonders with a brief explanation of how and when they formed.

The 2018 calendars are $4.95 each or $4.25 for orders of 10 or more. They are available at the Natural Resources Map and Bookstore, 1594 W. North Temple. They can also be purchased online at mapstore.utah.gov.