Uinta Mountain Group (24,000 feet thick along the Green River). Red Pine Shale (950 my).
Alluvium and colluvium
Older alluvial deposits
Mancos Shale (Hilliard Shale and Blair Formation north of Uinta Mountains), Frontier Ss, and Mowry Shale.
Duchesne River Fm, Uinta Formation (south of Uinta Mtns.) and Bridger Formation (north of Uinta Mtns.).
Browns Park Formation.
Wasatch/Colton Formations and Flagstaff Limestone.
Park City Formation.
Red Creek Quartzite (20,000 feet thick) 2.3 billion years old.
Nugget (Navajo) Sandstone.
Curtis Fm, Entrada Ss, and Carmel Fm.
Morrison Formation (Dinosaur National Monument).
Moenkopi and Dinwoody Formations.
Dakota and Cedar Mountain Formations.
Morgan Formation and Round Valley Limestone.
Greenish-gray, olive-drab, and white tuffaceous sandstone and claystone; lenticular marlstone and conglomerate.
Drab sandstone, drab to variegated claystone and siltstone; locally derived conglomerate around basin margins. Lower part is Paleocene.
(Northwest, Southwest, and Central Wyoming) - Brown to gray sandstone, gray to black shale, and thin coal beds. (East Wyoming) - Light-colored massive sandstone, drab shale, and thick coal beds.
Humbug Formation and Deseret Limestone.
Rock Springs uplift. White massive sandstone; lenticular chert-grit conglomerate in upper part.
Rock Springs uplift. White to brown sandstone, shale, and claystone; numerous coal beds.
Clay, silt, sand, and gravel in flood plains, fans, terraces, and slopes.
Quartzite, conglomerate, and shale
Claystone, shale, and sandstone
Gray to black soft sandy shale and shaly sandstone.
Metaquartzite, amphibolite, and mica schist. Present only in small area at Utah border in Uinta Mountains
Includes Slocum, Verdos, Rocky Flats, and Nussbaum Alluviums in east, and Florida, Bridgetimber, and Bayfield Gravels in southwest
Sandstone and siltstone; west of Park Range
Oil shale and marlstone.