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Guidebook to the Geology of the Black Hills, South Dakota (Softcover)

#B04 (1st edition)

Guidebook to the Geology of the Black Hills, South Dakota (Softcover)

#B04 (1st edition)
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Guidebook to the Geology of the Black Hills, South Dakota (SOLD OUT!!)
by John Lufkin, Jack Redden, Alvis Lisenbee, and Tom Loomis

Softcover. 1st Edition. 2009. New, Table of Contents, 88 figures

This guidebook that details the unique geology of the Black Hills is co-authored by consulting geologist Dr. John Lufkin who grew up in the Black Hills and taught geology at the University of Texas-Austin and the Colorado School of Mines, Dr. Jack Redden, an emeritus professor at the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Dr. Alvis Lisenbee, another South Dakota School of Mines emeritus professor, and Tom Loomis, South Dakota School of Mines graduate and owner of Dakota Matrix Minerals.

The Guidebook provides detailed information on the geology and geologic history of the Black Hills in terms and language that can be understood by geologists and beginners alike. It features basic information such as introductory geology of the Black Hills, the rock cycle, and stratigraphy to in depth processes such as the Black Hills’ geomorphology and hydrology, mineral formation, as well as the uplift that formed the Black Hills and the processes that took place that provided the Black Hills with its rich history in gold.

The Guidebook to the Geology of the Black Hills, South Dakota is available in limited quantities. The guidebook offers the novice and professional geologist a good self-guided tour of Black Hills geology as well as a valuable reference.

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