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Greenville Co., South Carolina, USA

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 34° 49' 2'' North , 82° 25' 29'' West
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 34.8171077, -82.4248371


Note: The geographic coordinates presented are taken from the Greenville topo map. The USGS GNIS database presents 25 sets of geographic coordinates forf this county.

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23 valid minerals.

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References

Overstreet, W.C., Stern, T.W., Annell, C. and Westley, H. (1962), Lead-Alpha ages of zircon from North and South Carolina, USGS Professional Paper 450-C: C81.

Ransom, Jay Ellis (1974), Gems and Minerals of America.

Zimmermann, R.A. (1977), The Interpretation of Apatite-Fission Track Ages with an Application to the Study of Uplift Since the Cretaceous in Eastern North America, Ph.D Thesis, University Of Pennsylvania.

Prince, Phillip S. (2004), Geochemistry, Petrography, and Mineral Chemistry of Amphibolites from the Inner Piedmont of Northwestern South Carolina.

National Geochemical Database: Rocks: USGS File #W244850 (Graphite).

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