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Master of Science (MS)
Armand J. Eardley
The Mink Creek region is centered 14 miles northeast of Preston in Franklin County, Idaho (see Index Map, Figure 1). The area of this report comprises approximately 70 square miles. It is bounded on the north and south by parallels 42°17' and 42°11' North Latitude and on the east and west by meridians 111°37' and 111°49'. The easternmost part of the area is located in the Bear River Range and is part of the Cache National Forest.
The region is readily accessible. A paved Idaho State Highway goes through the center of the area and State Highway 34 skirts the nothwest corner. Numerous dirt roads, jeep roads, and cattle trails traverse the area.
Keller, Allen S., "Geology of the Mink Creek Region, Idaho" (1952). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 6788.
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