minerals of Idaho

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Statementby Earl V. Shannon.
SeriesSmithsonian institution. United States National museum. Bulletin 131
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQ11 .U6 no. 131
The Physical Object
Pagination483 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6689714M
LC Control Number26010001
OCLC/WorldCa1837555

Gem Minerals of Idaho, designed for beginners and for those collectors visiting Idaho for the first time, it is a guide to some of the countless collecting areas of the is not a textbook of mineralogy and, so far as possible, avoids technical terminology.

However, it does contain information of general value on the physical and optical characteristics of minerals, as well as facts /5(23).

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Rockhounding Idaho is a must-have book for anyone interested in collecting rocks, minerals, fossils, and gold in the Gem State. Completely up-to-date with over GPS coordinates in ninety-nine collecting locales, it covers popular and widely known fee-dig operations as well as four-wheel-drive adventures into the desert, and long winding drives through the mountains/5().

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Anglesite Mineral # Bunker Hill Mine, Kellogg, Idaho. Idaho is a world of vivid particularity, a collection of evanescent traces and tracks, stains and remnants. Ruskovich presents a landscape of aftermaths and mnemonics: cryptic remains of Author: Stevie Davies. Phosphate mining has been an important industry in southeast Idaho since the early s.

Today, southeast Idaho's open-pit phosphate mines supply about 22% of the nation's and 4% of the world's phosphate. The BLM Pocatello Field Office is situated at the heart of the Western Phosphate Field – the largest remaining phosphate deposit in the U.