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Masses of water and pressure cutting into weak basalt joints formed deep canyons image, Touch for more information
By Duane Hall, September 15, 2010
Masses of water and pressure cutting into weak basalt joints formed deep canyons
Idaho (Gooding County), Bliss — Formation of Malad Gorge
Thousands of years ago, immense flows of water from alpine glaciers and high levels of precipitation sent waters cascading over a broad area of the Snake River Canyon directly into the Snake River. Weak joints in the basalt walls gave way to these . . . — Map (db m71547)
Idaho (Gooding County), Bliss — 300 — Fossil Beds
Fossil bones of zebras, beaver, otter, pelicans and other water birds are found in sediments left from a 3,400,000 year old pond on the bluff across the river. Lava flows, pouring out over the plains on this side, met and dammed up sedimentary . . . — Map (db m31598) HM
Idaho (Gooding County), Bliss — The Malad SpringsOne of the Largest in the Country
Few places in Idaho or the United States show evidence of spring water more clearly than in Malad Gorge. These springs flow from the vast Snake River Aquifer through porous pillow basalts. On the opposite side of the canyon, where the river widens, . . . — Map (db m71549)
Idaho (Gooding County), Bliss — Woody's Cove / The Hagerman Valley
Woody's Cove This deep, basalt canyon was formed similar to Malad Gorge – by a retreating cataract, a huge waterfall. About four million years ago, local volcanoes spewed enormous amounts of lava over the area. Then, about one . . . — Map (db m71593)
Idaho (Gooding County), Hagerman — History of the Malad River
Malad History If eating food somewhere made you sick, how would you warn others of the danger? Fur trappers and traders named the Malad River the Riviere Aux Malad, or “sickly river,” after becoming hill from eating beaver . . . — Map (db m71603) HM

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