Abstract

Twelve potassium-argon isotopic ages have been determined on a representative suite of petrographic types over the areal extent of the Idaho batholith. It appears that the primary igneous activity was Early Cretaceous (125m.y.) or earlier and that the most recent thermal event occurred in the upper Eocene. The extent to which new batholithic material was added in the Eocene is not evident.

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