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ⓘ Carbonate Mountain (Idaho)




Carbonate Mountain (Idaho)
                                     

ⓘ Carbonate Mountain (Idaho)

Carbonate Mountain, at 6.714 feet above sea level is a peak in the Smoky Mountains of Idaho. The peak is located on the west side of the Wood River Valley northwest of downtown Hailey in Blaine County. Much of the mountain is located on private land, but three small parcels are managed by the Bureau of Land Management.

                                     
  • 1200 to 800 Ma, creating thick sequences of conglomerate, mudstone, and carbonate rock topped by stromatolites, and possibly glacial deposits from the hypothesized
  • northern part of the North American Cordillera, stretching from Montana, Idaho and Washington in the northwestern United States, through Alberta, British
  • Madison Limestone is a thick sequence of mostly carbonate rocks of Mississippian age in the Rocky Mountain and Great Plains areas of western United States
  • oxidation zone galena alters to anglesite lead sulfate or cerussite lead carbonate Galena exposed to acid mine drainage can be oxidized to anglesite by
  • the north, through central Nevada as far as the Mountain City and Bull Run Mountain area near Idaho Hinterland and foreland basins filled with sediments
  • Vernal, UT Southeast Idaho Southwest Montana Central Tennessee Beaufort County, NC Florida Hard Rock Central Florida In 2015, 27.6 million metric tons

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