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Open-File Report 2013–1093

In cooperation with the Environmental Protection Agency

Solid-Phase Data from Cores at the Proposed Dewey Burdock Uranium In-Situ Recovery Mine, near Edgemont, South Dakota

By Raymond H. Johnson, Sharon F. Diehl, and William M. Benzel

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This report releases solid-phase data from cores at the proposed Dewey Burdock uranium in-situ recovery site near Edgemont, South Dakota. These cores were collected by Powertech Uranium Corporation, and material not used for their analyses were given to the U.S. Geological Survey for additional sampling and analyses. These additional analyses included total carbon and sulfur, whole rock acid digestion for major and trace elements, 234U/238U activity ratios, X-ray diffraction, thin sections, scanning electron microscopy analyses, and cathodoluminescence. This report provides the methods and data results from these analyses along with a short summary of observations.

First posted May 24, 2013

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Johnson, R.H., Diehl, S.F., and Benzel, W.M., 2013, Solid-phase data from cores at the proposed Dewey Burdock uranium in-situ recovery mine, near Edgemont, South Dakota: U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Report 2013–1093, 13 p.,








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