Bozeman Beds is a term which is applied to certain gravel deposits that saddle the continental divide in Montana and Idaho. These beds are true epirotic accumulations. They appear to be mainly fluviatile in origin; although they manifestly are partly eolic in nature. Consisting of gravels, sands and silts they chiefly lie in old intermontane valleys. Their age is pre-Glacial.
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science
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"Southward Extension of the Bozeman Tertiaries into Utah,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 26(1), 467-469.
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