Store—Books and Maps
How to Order—Customer Information
Please read the following information before
and maps may be purchased by mail or in person at the Idaho
Geological Survey's main office located in Morrill Hall on the
University of Idaho's campus at Moscow. Prices are current and
supercede previous listings. Titles marked “FREE” are available
as supplies last. All prices and charges are subject to change
ordering by mail, please print your name and address clearly and
enclose the total amount of the order, including the shipping
charges. Mail orders weighing less than 5 pounds are sent by U.S.
Postal Service first-class delivery. Upon request, your order can be
sent by other carriers, so please provide a street address even if
you also give a post office box. Make checks or money orders
payable to the Idaho Geological Survey. Do not send cash
with your mail order. Stamps are not accepted as payment for
publications or shipping charges. Residents of Idaho add 6% sales
tax. All orders must be prepaid.
Idaho Geological Survey
University of Idaho
PO Box 443014
Moscow, ID 83844-3014
Telephone: (208) 885-7991
Fax (208) 885-5826
University of Idaho Toll Free 1-888-884-3246
on your order is to your advantage. Overpayments of $2.00 or less
will not be refunded.
Survey has adopted new technology for printing map publications
created in digital formats. The availability of large-sheet, ink-jet
plotters allows more geologic mapping to be published on the
agency’s limited budget than would be possible with traditional
printing. “Print-on-demand” defines a publication that can be
issued individually in response to customer requests. The maps are
reproduced in 600 dots-per-inch resolution with color inks resistant
to run. Colors may fade over time. The result is an affordable,
highly readable, full-color document vastly superior to xerographic
publications are denoted on the record display pages. The Idaho
Geological Survey can provide photocopies of these documents and any
accompanying oversize sheets. .
publications may be viewed at the Idaho Geological Survey's offices
in Moscow, Boise, and Pocatello. Copies are also on file at most
public, college, and university libraries in the state.
Idaho State Historical Society sells a microfiche set of Bulletins 1-23
and Pamphlets 1-167. To purchase the complete set, contact the Idaho
State Historical Society, 450 N. 4th Street, Boise, ID 83702.
Idaho Geological Survey’s publications are available for loan from
the Idaho Commission for Libraries.