Comparison of Unconsolidated Deposits on Areas of Anomalous Altitude and Flatness in and around the Southern Wind River Basin, Fremont Co, WY
Table Mountain is a prominent landform flanking the eastern Wind River Mountains. Despite its close proximity to some of the most studied geology in Wyoming, the time of deposition of the surface remains a mystery. Several sources give three different ages, ranging from Eocene to Pleistocene, and Be 10 ages from surface boulders range from 783 to 135 ka. As implied by its name, Table Mountain, elevation 71 00 ft, is quite flat. The surface exists primarily as loose gravel embedded with large boulders, the majority of which are granitic, all superimposed upon uplifted, tilted Paleozoic and Mesozoic ...
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