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Geology and ground-water resources of the Snake river plain in southeastern Idaho
Harold T. Stearns
|Other titles||Snake river plain in southeastern Idaho.|
|Statement||by Harold T. Stearns, Lynn Crandall and Willard G. Steward. Prepared in cooperation with the Idaho Bureau of mines and geology and the Idaho Department of reclamation.|
|Series||Geological Survey water-supply paper -- 774|
|Contributions||Crandall, Lynn, 1888-, Steward, Willard G.|
|LC Classifications||TC801 .U2 no.774|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 268 p. incl. illus., tables.|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||39000105|
Lava flows, volcanic buttes, a caldera, and even the course of the Snake River provide evidence for the hot spot’s passage under the Snake River Plain southwest of Yellowstone. The most obvious sign of the volcanic activity associated with the Yellowstone/Snake River Plain hot spot is the dark lava flows that spill across the plain. Summary of Citation: McKinney Publication: Malde, H.E., , History of the Snake River Canyon indicated by revised stratigraphy of Snake River Group near Hagerman and King Hill, Idaho, IN Shorter contributions to general geology, U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper, F, p. F1-F
Unearth the geological wonders of Idaho’s Snake River Plain, a land shaped by volcanic eruptions and mega-floods among other powerful forces of nature. Marvel at Shoshone Falls, and discover dramatic formations at City of Rocks National Reserve. On a whitewater rafting trip, learn the history of lava flows and the Bliss Landslide. Stearns, H.T., Crandall, Lynn, and Steward, W.G., , Geology and ground-water resources of the Snake River Plain in southeastern Idaho: U.S. Geological Survey.
Idaho, Oregon, Washington HA H References Download the References (ascii format, Crandall, Lynn, and Steward, W.G., , Geology and ground water resources of the Snake River Plain in southeastern Idaho: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper , p. Weeks, J.B., and Sun, R.J., , Regional aquifer-system analysis program of. The Eastern Snake River Plain (ESRP) is a northeast-trending, kilometer-long depression underlain by Cenozoic volcanic rocks (Fig. 1). Well-known for many examples of volcanic landforms including basalt lava flows, cinder and tuff cones, fissure vents, and shield volcanoes, the ESRP also contains substantial eolian deposits of loess (wind-deposited sandy silt) and sand dunes.
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Geology and ground-water resources of the Snake River Plain in southeastern Idaho / by H.T. Stearns, L. Crandall and W.G. Steward, prepared in cooperation with the Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology and the Idaho Department of Reclamation. Author. Stearns, Harold T. (Harold Thornton), Other Authors.
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The western part of the Snake River Plain is an intracontinental rift basin about 70 km wide and km long.
It is a normal-fault bounded basin with relief due to both tilting toward the center of the basin and evolving normal fault systems. Maximum depth of Neogene sedi- mentary fill in the basin is km.
Holocene lavas from Craters of the Moon (COM) National Monument are representative of “differentiated” lavas which occur around the margins of the Snake River Plains Steward, W.G.: at Geology and ground-water resources of the Snake River Plain in southeastern Idaho.
U.S. Geol. Surv. Water Supply Papersp. river begins to lose water to the ground-water reservoir of the Snake River Plain and never again regains ground water. Other reaches where the river may lose appreciable volumes of water are shown in Figures 3 and 4.
Uses of Water Water is used for domestic, stock and agricultural purposes. Geology and Ground-Water Resources of the Snake River Plain in SE Idaho [Harold T.
Stearns] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Harold T. Stearns. Geology and ground-water resources of the Snake river plain in southeastern Idaho by Harold T. Stearns 1 edition - first published in The buttes rise about feet ( m) above the surrounding Snake River plain and are late Pleistocene in age, dating to approximat YBP (Years Before Present).
The South Menan Butte is currently in private hands, however North Menan Butte is publicly owned and has been designated as a National Natural Landmark and a Research Natural Area by the United States of rock: late Pleistocene, approximat YBP.
Well yields above 3, gallons per minute are not uncommon. Transmissivity is very high, and commonly exceeds approximat square meters per day in many places. Total ground-water storage in the upper meters of the aquifer is estimated at to million acre-feet, roughly the equivalent of Lake Erie.
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The Eastern Snake River Plain (ESRP) in southern Idaho is a region of high heat flow. Sustained volcanic activities in the wake of the passage of Yellowstone Hotspot have turned this region into an area with great potential for geothermal resources. Numerous hot springs with temperatures up to 75 ºC are scattered along the margins of the plain.
1 Stearns, H. T., Crandall, L., and Steward, W. C., Geology and ground-water resources of the Snake River Plain in southeastern Idaho: U. Geol. Survey Water-Supply Paperpl. 13, PLATE XXI—Hoodoo Water Hole, in the serrate aa lava flow, where water only 1° or 2° above the freezing point can be found on the hottest summer days.
North and South Menan Buttes are two of the world's largest tuff cones. Their volumes are cubic miles ( cubic km) and cubic miles ( cubic km), respectively. Crandall, L., and Steward, W.G.,Geology and ground-water resources of the Snake River Plain in Southeastern Idaho: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper Learn about the Geology of Idaho with maps, photos and expert descriptions.
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Co., Contents: The big picture — The panhandle — Central Idaho — Snake River plain — The southeastern mountains.The Blackfoot Lava Field (BLF) is located in southeastern Idaho, at the margin of the Eastern Snake River Plain (ESRP). It is located within a graben of the Northern Basin and Range Province.
Though it is not actually part of the ESRP, it is similar in its mineralogy, geochemistry, and bimodal volcanism (McCurry et al., ). However, shield volcanoes are less common than in the ESRP and more.Snake River Plain: Chapter Three Click on the titles below to access field guides in pdf format.
Paper 9 Mafic Volcanism and Environmental Geology of the Eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho by Scott S. Hughes, Richard P. Smith, William R. Hackett, and Steven R. Anderson.