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USA / Minnesota


Sehr viele Eisen-Mangan Vorkommen. 1951 lieferte Minnesota 82 % der in den USA geförderten Eisenerze.

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Minnesota, US
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Important: Before entering this or any other place of discovery you should have a permission of the operator and/or owner. Likewise it is to be respected that necessary safety precautions are kept during the visit.

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Minerals (Count: 141)

Rocks (Count: 33)

Fossils (Count: 13)

Reference- and Source indication, Literature


  • Morey, G.B. (1982). Bedrock Geology of Minnesota. Rocks & Min., Vol.57, H.3, S.109-14.
  • Matsch, C.L. (1982). Minnesota Glaciers - What to Look for. Rocks & Min., Vol.57, H.3, S.115-17.
  • Alexander, Jr.,E.C. (1982). Minnesota Caves. Rocks & Min., Vol.57, H.3, S.118-22.
  • ohne Verfasser (1982). Mineral and Fossil Exhibits in Minnesota. Rocks & Min., Vol.57, H.3, S.129.
  • Green, M. (1982). Minnesota and the Lapidary. Rocks & Min., Vol.57, H.3, S.130-31.
  • Sloan, R. & Alexander, Jr.,E.C. (1982). Where to Go & What to See - Places of Geological and Mineralogical Interest in Minnesota. Rocks & Min., Vol.57, H.3, S.132-34.
  • Ojakangas, R.W. & C.L. Matsch (1982). Minnesota’s Geology, Univ. Minnesota Press, 255 S.
  • Sansome, C.J. (1983). Minnesota Underfoot: a field guide to the state's outstanding geological features: Voyaguer Press, 224 S.
  • LaBerge, Gene L. (1994). Geology of the Lake Superior Region, Penokee Press, 313 S.
  • Ojakangas, Richard (2009). Roadside Geology of Minnesota, Mountain Press, 353 S.