Geologic Unit: Banbury
Banbury Basalt of Idaho Group (ID*)
Banbury Formation of Idaho Group (ID*)
Exposures near Banbury Hot Springs, in sec. 33, T. 8 S., R. 14 E., Twin Falls Co., ID. Named from Banbury Hot Springs (Stearns, 1936, Table 1).
Unit Name History:
Named (Stearns, 1936, Table 1).
Overview (Stearns and others, 1938).
Overview; Revised to 2nd formation from base (of 7) of Idaho Group (Malde and Powers, 1962).
Redescribed; Areal limits (Axelrod, 1964; Coats, 1964).
Isotopic dating (Armstrong and others, 1975).
Restricted from Great Basin province, rocks reassigned to Big Island Formation (Coats, 1985).
Not used (Foord and others, 1987; Jenks and Bonnichsen, 1990).
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Last modified: 15-Jan-2013