Origin and Evolution of the Western Snake River Plain : Implications From Stratigraphy , Faulting , and the Geochemistry of Basalts Near Mountain Home , Idaho

@inproceedings{Shervais2005OriginAE,
  title={Origin and Evolution of the Western Snake River Plain : Implications From Stratigraphy , Faulting , and the Geochemistry of Basalts Near Mountain Home , Idaho},
  author={John W. Shervais and Gautam M. Shroff and Scott K. Vetter and Scott Matthews and Barry B. Hanan and James J. McGee},
  year={2005}
}
Shervais, J.W., Gaurav Shroff, S.K. Vetter, Scott Matthews, B.B. Hanan, and J.J. McGee, 2002, Origin and evolution of the western Snake River Plain: Implications from stratigraphy, faulting, and the geochemistry of basalts near Mountain Home, Idaho, in Bill Bonnichsen, C.M. White, and Michael McCurry, eds., Tectonic and Magmatic Evolution of the Snake River Plain Volcanic Province: Idaho Geological Survey Bulletin 30, p. 343-361. ABSTRACT 

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