Date of Award
Master of Science
Geological and Environmental Sciences
Dr. Ronald B. Chase
Dr. W. Thomas Straw
Dr. Christopher J. Schmidt
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The northeastern border zone of the Idaho batholith contains a north-south trending zone of myionitized gneiss, schist, and granite-granodiorite. The schist and gneiss contain plagioclase augen surrounded by crushed and recrystallized biotite, quartz, feldspar, + muscovite, + hornblende. The granite grades upward from porphyritic rock into augen-bearing mylonitic rocks interlayered with schist and gneiss.
Hermann, Jon Michael, "The Features and Significance of Layering and Shearing Within the Zone of Mylonitization, Northeastern Idaho Batholith" (1982). Master's Theses. 1689.