Geology of the Region Around Lead South Dakota and Its Bearing on the Homestake Ore Body. by United States Geological Survey

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The Homestake mine is at Lead (pronounced leed), in western South Dakota, in the northern Black Hills. The "hills" embrace an oval area miles long and 60 miles wide, with the longer di­ mension trending nearly northwest.

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Geology of the region around Lead, South Dakota, and its bearing on the Homestake Ore Body. Washington: Govt. Print. Office, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.

The geology of South Dakota began to form more than billion years ago in the Archean eon of the s crystalline basement rock continued to emplace through the Proterozoic, interspersed with sediments and volcanic limestone and shale deposits formed during the Paleozoic, during prevalent shallow marine conditions, followed by red beds during terrestrial.

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This report describes briefly the geology and the inactive gold mines of the Rochford district in the northern Black Hills of South Dakota (fig. The district, about 15 miles south of Lead and Deadwood, covers about 69 square miles and is 5, feet above sea level.

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Contains 58 pp., 11 plates, 19 figures. The Homestake Mine was a deep underground gold mine located in Lead, South it closed in it was the largest and deepest gold mine in North mine produced more than forty million troy ounces (43, oz; 1, kg) of gold during its lifetime.

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Geol. Survey Bull. 57 pp., 11 pis., Gives the results of a general study of the geology and mineral resources of the area, reviews important earlier work, and describes and illus- trates in much detail the rocks, minerals, and ores and the structural features with which the.

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The lakes-the clear blue waters that give the region its name-were also formed when the glacier retreated, from huge chunks of ice left behind as the glacier melted away. When the ice chunks themselves melted and the land around them slumped in.

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Price: $ (stock#USGSB). Before its closing inthe Homestake Gold Mine was the oldest, largest and deepest mine in the Western Hemisphere, reaching more than feet below the town of Lead. South Dakota is also home to many fossils. Prior toSouth Dakota's state fossil was the cycad, a type of palm-like Mesozoic plant known from the Cycad National.

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The Homestake Mine was a deep underground gold mine located in Lead, South it closed in it was the largest and deepest gold mine in North mine produced more than 40 million troy ounces (approximately million kilograms) of gold during its lifetime. The Homestake Mine is famous in scientific circles for being the site at which the solar neutrino problem was.

An early picture from the interior of the Homestake Mine (date unknown). When the Homestake Mine of Lead, South Dakota ceased operations init was the largest and deepest gold mine in the Western hemisphere. Total output over years of continuous production amounted to nearly 40 million ounces of.

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Paige, Sidney, b, Pre‑Cambrian structure of the northern Black Hills, South Dakota, and its bearing on the origin of the Homestake ore body, Geological Society of.

The Homestake District is geologically located on the boundary of the Superior and Wyoming Geologic Plates, which collided billion years ago, forming the north trending Trans-Hudson Orogenic Zone and the Homestake iron-formation gold deposit.

Upper contact of Dakota and its Woodbury Member changed to coincide with the base of the Graneros Shale rather than the top of the Graneros or base of Greenhorn Limestone (called INOCERAMUS beds by White in ). History of nomenclature chart, cross section, isopach map, nomenclature chart, measured sections.

This ,scale digital geologic map details the complex Early Proterozoic granitic rocks, Early Proterozoic supracrustal metamorphic rocks, and Archean crystalline basement of the Black Hills. The granitic rocks host pegmatite deposits renowned for their feldspar, mica, spodumene, and beryl. The supracrustal rocks host the Homestake gold mine, which produced more than 40 million ounces.

Return to "Resources" Selected References - Homestake Mine, Lead, South Dakota Aase, J. H.,The mineral industry of South Dakota in South Dakota Geological Survey Mineral Economic Rep 10 p. Aase, J. H., The mineral industry of South Dakota (): South Dakota Geological Survey Mineral Economic Rep 10 p.

Aase, J. H., The lead district in the tri-state region of the upper Mississippi Valley, for example, is dotted with small mine pits where miners extracted abundant lead deposits during the antebellum period. These pits reflect a lack of system in mining as well as a lack of common knowledge about geology, ore.

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Unearth a world of knowledge about the creatures that once roamed the sprawling prairies of north-central South Dakota. This region is a hot-spot for major fossil finds, whether it's "Sue" — measuring 42 feet long and estimated to be approximately 67 million years old, it's one of the most complete and best-preserved Tyrannosaurus rex skeletons in the world, — or "Shady," a 7-foot-long.

The historic Homestake Mine, in Lead, South Dakota, is being reconstituted, after years in production, as DUSEL, the Deep Underground Science and Engineering Laboratory. When mining operations ceased inthe ore body had been followed 8, feet below the surface.

Even while it was producing gold, the mine housed a neutrino experiment. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English. Brand new Book. A U.S. Bureau of Mines case study of pillar recovery in high-grade ore near the Ross shaft at the Homestake Mine, Lead, South Dakota, has demonstrated the usefulness of the finite-element method for.

The greenstone belt hosted deposits have been the most important in this category overall, and many of the greenstone deposits are located at contacts of the greenstone and other rocks.

Orogenic deposits are also found within banded iron formations associated with greenstone belts as at the Homestake gold mine near Lead, South Dakota. Non-technical description of the geology of North Dakota illustrated with about black and white photos and drawings; includes a full-color geologic highway map of the state.

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The divide makes rivers and creeks flow south or north. Though the headwaters of the James and Sheyenne Rivers rise only a few miles apart, the Continental Divide sends the James south to the Missouri River (in South Dakota) and the Sheyenne north where it joins the Red River on its way to.

This research has included analysis of information and data sets from several published scientific works centered on the Homestake Deposit, recent scientific publications on the geology of the Black Hills Area, Dakota Territory’s 3-dimensional modeling of the Homestake Mine, and field work conducted by Dr.

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