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Geochemical Data from New Albany Shale, Kentucky: A Study in Metal Mobility During Weathering of Black Shales

By Michele L.W. Tuttle, George N. Breit and Martin B. Goldhaber

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U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 03-207

Version 1.0
This publication presents and summarizes chemical, mineralogical, and isotopic data collected on the New Albany Shale (core and outcrop), efflorescent salts produced during shale weathering, soils derived from the shale, and stream sediments near the shale sampling sites. Sampling locations are near Clay City, Kentucky, USA.

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