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Geography, Geology, and Water Resources of the National Reactor Testing Station, Idaho : Part 2, Geography and Geology

Description: Geologic factors in the physical environment of the National Reactor Testing Station control the amount and availability of the water supply, the methods and efficiency of obtaining water, and the behavior of waste materials that are disposed on the ground or beneath the land surface.
Date: 1956
Creator: Nace, R. L.
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Geography, Geology, and Water Resources of the National Reactor Testing Station, Idaho, Part 3: Hydrology and Water Resources

Description: This report describes the hydrology and evaluates the water resources of the ERTS, sets these in their regional perspective, and forecasts conditions and effects during future years.
Date: 1959
Creator: Nace, Raymond L.; Deutsch, Morris; Voegeli, Paul T.; Steward, J. W.; Walton, William Clarence; Fowler, K. H. et al.
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Reconnaissance Geology of Placer Deposits Containing Radioactive Minerals in the Bear Valley District, Valley County, Idaho

Description: From introduction: The Bear Valley district is situated in southwestern Idaho, in the drainage of the Middle Fork of the Salmon River (see fig. 1). The placer deposits were drilled by the U. S. Bureau of Mines in 1951 and 1952 to determine their content of monazite and "radioactive black minerals" (here referred to loosely as "radioactive blacks"). The purpose of the study outlined here was to provide a geologic background for an understanding of the origin and distribution of the placer minerals.
Date: January 1953
Creator: Mackin, J. Hoover & Schmidt, Dwight Lyman
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Hydrology of Subsurface Waste Disposal, National Reactor Testing Station, Idaho : Annual Progress Report, 1963

Description: From introduction: "The present report indicates additional preliminary progress in the interpretation of the geology of the area on the basis of preliminary gravity and magnetic surveys and sketches the progress made in operational phases of the study of the hydrology of waste disposal."
Date: May 1964
Creator: Morris, D. A.
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Geography, Geology, and Water Resources of the National Reactor Testing Station, Idaho: Part 1 Purpose, History, and Scope of Investigations

Description: Central subject is the ground-water geology and hydrology of the National Reactor Testing Station, with special reference to problems of water supply, water use, and waste disposal, and to the relation of these to water supply and use on the Snake River Plain.
Date: 1956
Creator: Nace, Raymond L.
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Hermada Antimony Deposit, Elmore County, Idaho

Description: Report of investigations issued by the U.S. Bureau of Mines on the Hermada antimony deposit in southwestern Idaho. The investigations included trenching and drilling. The report contains maps of the area, and tables of data.
Date: February 1953
Creator: Popoff, Constantine C.
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The Bannock Thrust Zone Southeastern Idaho

Description: Abstract: The Bannock overthrust in southeastern Idaho and northcentral Utah was originally described by Richards and Mansfield (1912) as a single large thrust fault that formed at the close of the Laramide orogeny and was folded by renewed compression near the end of Pliocene time. Later Mansfield expanded and revised his interpretation of the Bannock overthrust so that at least the northern part of the overthrust was thought to be a thrust zone in which the individual faults originated in a folded sole thrust. Detailed mapping in areas critical to Richards and Mansfield's interpretations has shown that the faults thought by them to be parts of one large thrust are separate faults, and that, although some of the thrust surfaces are curved, they were not folded in Pliocene time but probably were folded during a late stage of the thrusting. Extensions of the Bannock thrust to the north, south, east, and west based upon extrapolation of a single large folded thrust surface are not warranted. The Bannock overthrust is reinterpreted as a westward-dipping imbricate thrust zone possibly several tens of miles wide extending at least from southwestern Montana to north-central Utah. It is recommended that the name "Bannock overthrust" no longer be used, and that this zone of imbricate thrusts in the southeast corner of Idaho be called the Bannock thrust zone. The thrusts range in age from Late Jurassic to post- Early Cretaceous and are progressively younger from west to east; strong regional compressive forces do not appear to have been active in the area as late as Pliocene time. The upper plates of the thrusts moved to the northeast in response to an unknown force. Steep eastward-trending tear faults formed during thrusting probably in response to differential movement among the eastward-moving thrust plates. In Tertiary and Quaternary time ...
Date: 1963
Creator: Armstrong, Frank C. & Cressman, Earle Rupert
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Notes on the Geology of Southwestern Idaho and Southeastern Oregon

Description: From introduction: The aim of the present paper is to put on record such observations relating to the general geology of the region traversed as it is thought may be of interest, more particularly to the people of Idaho and Oregon, and also in certain instances serve to supplement the report referred to on artesian conditions.
Date: 1903
Creator: Russell, Israel C.
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Miocene Plants from Idaho

Description: Abstract: The author describes 75 species of plants from the Miocene of about 30 localities in Idaho. These plants represent 40 genera in 28 families and 17 orders, and the most common types are species of Acer, Quercus, Populus, Betula, and Laurus. There are 2 ferns, 3 monocotyledons, and 70 dicotyledons, 18 of which are no longer present in the northwestern United States. There are some xerophytic types, but the majority are mesophytic, possibly indicating a mixture from different altitudes. The beds are correlated with the Latah formation and considered to be of upper Miocene age.
Date: 1934
Creator: Berry, Edward Wilber
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Dillon Quadrangle, Montana and Idaho

Description: From abstract: All geologic conditions in the Dillon Quadrangle (Montana and Idaho) have been thoroughly examined, and, using National Uranium Resource Evaluation criteria, environments are favorable for uranium deposits along fractured zones of Precambrian Y metasediments, in the McGowan Creek Formation, and in some Tertiary sedimentary basins.
Date: April 1981
Creator: Wodzicki, Antoni & Krason, Jan
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Investigations in the Fall Creek Area, Bonneville County, Idaho, During the 1952 Field Season: A Preliminary Report

Description: Introduction: Field work during the 1952 field season has supplied new data on the areal extent, composition, and estimated reserves of uranium-bearing carbonaceous rocks in the Fall Creek.area, Bonneville County, Idaho. The following is a preliminary report of progress to describe these new data which supplement the information contained in Trace Elements Memorandum Report 340 (Vine and Moore, 1952). This work was done on behalf of the Division of Raw Materials of the U. S. Atomic Energy Commission.
Date: November 1952
Creator: Vine, James David
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Geology and Uranium Deposits in Carbonaceous Rocks of the Fall Creek Area, Bonneville County, Idaho

Description: From introduction: This report describes the general geologic setting, the occurrences of uranium or radioactivity in the Fall Creek, Idaho area and adjacent areas, the probable nature of the mineralization and origin of the deposits, and the estimated reserves of uranium-bearing rock.
Date: July 1954
Creator: Vine, James David
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The Eastern Front of the Bitterroot Range, Montana

Description: From abstract: The origin of the gneissic rocks on the eastern border of the Idaho batholith in the Bitterroot Range, near Hamilton, Mont., has long been in dispute. Lindgren regarded these rocks as the product of stresses related to a normal fault along the front of the range with an eastward dip of about 150. He thought both the hanging wall and the footwall had moved, with a total displacement along the fault plane of at least 20,000 feet. The faulting was believed to have been so recent as to be a major factor in the present topography. Langton appears to accept the concept of faulting but to regard the gneissic rocks as formed much earlier from a granitic rock that was more silicic and older than the Idaho batholith.
Date: 1952
Creator: Ross, Clyde P.
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Bovill Clay and Sand Deposit, Latah County, Idaho: Geology, Minerology, and Beneficiation Tests

Description: Report issued by the Bureau of Mines on the clay-silica deposits found in Bovill, Idaho. As stated in the abstract, "the geology, mineralogy, beneficiation, and potential uses of the clay and quartz fractions of the Bovill deposit are described" (p. 1). This report includes tables, graphs, photographs, and maps.
Date: 1963
Creator: Kelly, Hal J.; Carter, George J. & Todd, George H.
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The Garm-Lamoreaux Mine, Lemhi County, Idaho

Description: From abstract: The Garm-Lamoreaux property, Lemhi County, Idaho is known to have uraninite and zippeite on two of its dumps. The property has been explored by five adits, two of which are now caved, and one of which is partly caved. The country rock is schistose micaceous quartzite and argillaceous quartzite of Belt age. An east-west fault cuts the quartzite, and the Lamoreaux vein, a gold-sulfide-quartz veins occurs in the fault. The uranium minerals are believed to have core from the vein, on the now inaccessible No. 3 level.
Date: January 1954
Creator: Armstrong, Frank C. & Weis, Paul L.
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Baker 1° x 2° NTMS Area, Oregon and Idaho: Data Report (Abbreviated)

Description: From introduction: The data presented here are reconnaissance data intended for use in identifying broad areas for further study. While care has been taken to provide reliable sampling and analyses, verification of individual analyses is beyond the scope of this report. The data should be viewed statistically because "one-point anomalies" may be misleading. Regional trends, however, should be reliable. This report is one of a series presenting data obtained by SRL reconnaissance.
Date: May 1981
Creator: Cook, J. R.
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Uranium Hydrogeochemical and Stream Sediment Reconnaissance Data Release for the Hamilton NTMS Quadrangle, Montana/Idaho, Including Concentrations of Forty-Five Additional Elements

Description: Report of elemental date from a Hydrogeochemical and Stream Sediment Reconnaissance (HSSR) of the Hamilton National Topographic Map Series (NTMS) quadrangle in Montana/Idaho: "The HSSR is part of the United States Department of Energy's National Uranium Resource Evaluation (NURE), which is designed to provide improved estimates of the availability and economics of nuclear fuel resources and make available to industry information for use in the development and production of uranium resources" (p. 1).
Date: August 1980
Creator: Goff, Sue
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