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Grande Ronde Basalt (GRB) flows from 135 surface stratigraphic sections and 34 boreholes throughout Washington, Oregon, and Idaho, were examined to determine which chemical and physical properties would allow the recognition and mapping of GRB on a regional scale. At least 120 major GRB flows, with individual volumes ranging from 90 km3 to more than 2,500 km3, produced a total volume of 148,600 km3, which erupted between 17.0 and 15.6 Ma.

Although all known GRB feeder dikes and vents occur in the eastern and southeastern part of the Columbia Plateau, the thickest and most complete...

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