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Development of phosphate resources in southeastern Idaho
United States Geological Survey
|Other titles||Final environmental impact statement: development of phosphate resources in southeastern Idaho|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management, United States. Forest Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. :|
Phosphate exploration and mining in southeast Idaho was first conducted in the earlys, with mining activities continuing to the present day. Large-scale phosphate mines in the region consist of open pit or contour strip operations. Historic phosphate mining operations involved removal of soils and rock to access the phosphate ore. on the environmental impact of phosphate mining and processing with main emphasis on water pollution, air pollution and human risks. Int J Hydro. ;2(4) ‒
Sources and References Information and credit for non-original Digital Atlas of Idaho materials. A Nature Activity Book Field, N., & Machlis, S. (). to Fossils, Mass Movement, Mineral Deposits, Oakley Quartzite, Orbicular Rocks in Idaho, Origin of Mountains, Phosphate Resources in Southeastern Idaho, Glacer Deposits, Rocks, Running. This is a spatial database that delineates mining-related features in areas of historic and active phosphate mining in the core of the southeastern Idaho phosphate resource area. The data has varying degrees of accuracy and attribution detail. The breakdown of areas by type of activity at active mines is detailed; however, the disturbed areas at many of the closed or inactive mines Cited by: 5.
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Southeast Idaho Phosphate Mining Southeastern Idaho is a major phosphate-producing region, and phosphate mining has been an important industry in the area since the early 20th century.
The process of mining phosphate ore from the earth generated open pits and piles of overburden materials covering the phosphate ore. Full text of "Final environmental impact statement: development of phosphate resources in southeastern Idaho" See other formats.
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Petrun -- Field Guide to the Southeast Idaho Phosphate District Figure 1. Southeastern Idaho Phosphate District.
Lo-cation of active mines, mined-out leases, lease holdings, and road log routes in Southeast Idaho Phosphate region. Selenium Investigations in Southeast Idaho Project Background. Inisolated livestock deaths associated with excessive selenium uptake in the vicinity of historic phosphate mines in southeastern Idaho prompted concerns regarding potential human health and ecological effects from past mining operations.
U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report Version A History of Phosphate Mining in Southeastern Idaho By William H. Lee The purpose of preparing this treatise on the history of phosphate mining in the Idaho portion of the western phosphate field is. This document is the preassessment screen (PAS) prepared pursuant to 43 CFR Part 11 for the Southeast Idaho Phosphate Mine Site (Mine Site).
Phosphate exploration and mining in southeast Idaho was first conducted in the early s, with mining activities continuing to the present day. Willow Creek is a mile ( km) long tributary of the Snake River in the U.S.
state of ing at an elevation of 6, feet (2, m) east of the Blackfoot Mountains in southeastern Bingham County, it flows generally north into Bonneville County and past of the town of Ririe, the creek is impounded by Ririe Dam, forming Ririe Reservoir.⁃ location: east of the Blackfoot Mountains.
reference: u.s geological survey, bureau of land management, and forest service,final environmental impact statement/ development of phosphate resources in southeastern idaho, four volumes. Reference Category: Geology. A history of phosphate mining in southeastern Idaho [electronic resource] / by William H.
Lee. Format Online Resource Book CD-ROM Edition Version Published Boise, Idaho: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Description.
Plate 1. Chronology of Phosphate Mining in Southeast Idaho. on disc page. Figure 1. Generalized location map showing phosphate mines in southeastern Idaho 2. USGS phosphate prospect in SE¼, Sect T. 4 S., R. 40 E. Roundy in trench, Fred and Lewis Campbell, NE¼ SectFile Size: KB.
Figure 1. The distribution of phosphate deposits (o) is overlain onto that of productive petroleum (oil and gas) basins (+) to generate a global plot of organic-carbon enriched sedimentary map indicates that ancient organic-rich depositional marine basins, unrestricted by age, are linked to the contemporary global distribution of Se source rocks.
IGS/USGS ; Map of Mining Areas in Idaho: Metals, Phosphate & Industrial Minerals, Courtesy: Directory of Mining Operations in Idaho, Native Americans in Idaho Text adapted from Cypherings an Educational Publication Celebrating Idaho From the Idaho Museum of Natural History.
Volume 1 Number 3 November. 1 negative: nitrate ; 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 inches or smaller. Title Sand drift on Southeastern Idaho development project. was discovered in southeast Idaho in Shortly afterward, phosphate mining companies and regulatory agencies joined in response to the potentially widespread problem throughout the phosphate mining area.
Five companies with a vested interest in southeastern Idaho phosphate reserves organized as a committee under the Idaho Mining Association. The western phosphate field produced about 15 percent, inof the nation's domestically consumed phosphate rock and contains an estimated 58 percent of the nation's indicated phosphate reserves.
The central portion of the western phosphate field, which contains the Dry Valley area of southeastern Idaho, encompasses the greatest amount of mineable phosphate Author: James Simon Spalding.
JOHNSON, R.: The Environmental Impact of uranium From Southeastern Idaho's Phosphate Mining District. Technical Report to NSF, Student-Originated-Studies Program, University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho ().Cited by: 8. Selenium in the upper Blackfoot River watershed, southeastern Idaho, The upper Blackfoot River in southeastern Idaho receives runoff from 12 large phosphate mines.
Waste shales that are removed to access the phosphate ore are highly enriched with selenium, resulting in elevated selenium in runoff from the mine waste dumps.Phosphate mining and processing contribute to $2 billion in value-added products to the U.S. economy and directly employ over people in high-paying jobs.
Development of phosphate resources has been an integral part of the economy in southeast Idaho for nearly years. What is .A prerequisite for large-scale development of this phosphate reserve is an inexpensive, abundant power source. Mansfield, G. R.,Geography, geology and mineral resources of part of southeastern Idaho: U.S Geo I.
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